Suggestions abound: apartments and/or offices for the General Council, expanded medical facilities and clinic, seminary residence (first and last years of formation), new archives and museum, housing for visiting family members or even a revisiting of the famous "Nebraska Plan." (If you don't know, don't ask. Or tell.)
The most radical is to tear it down but that would be extremely wrong, uninspired and dumb, IMHO. It is the oldest building on the property (there is still a stone carriage mount from the days when horse-drawn carriages pulled up) and t'was there the Secretaries of old (later to become the MK Sisters) lived and worked on the Field Afar.
EL PROBLEMA is that any interior renovations would entail mucho dinero to gut the structure and bring the building up to code. This brings up the other hornets' nest of the L.A. house (R.I.P.) and other Maryknoll properties. Is there a master plan or stategy? If so, let me know and I'd gladly post it or a link to it here.
This of course may be a straw dog or paper tiger or red herring.
Any other creative suggestions?