Moore's Building is a historic building located in the downtown area of the Hamlet of Oyster Bay and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. First built in 1901, the building gained significance when Theodore Roosevelt had his staff take offices here while he served as U.S. President. The Moore's Building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, a Town of Oyster Bay Landmark, and a featured site on the Oyster Bay History Walk audio walking tour.

The Moore Building project included the fabrication of curved windows for the Queen Anne dome, the installation of high efficiency heating equipment and motion controlled cfl common area lighting.

The Moore Building
President Theodore Roosvelt's
"Summer White House"
Through a holistic, whole building approach,...