In an interview with Screen RantBlass explained that the set is stored in the Archives, which is probably similar to the warehouse at the end of “Raiders of the Lost Ark” but with old TV and movie sets. But the hardest part for Blass was waiting for the world to see his hard work, even though he was glad the set was saved:
“The set is stored in the Archives. They decided to go ahead with it. What are they going to do with it or something? And again, it’s important to know that we did seasons 2 and 3 back to back. While everyone was watching, Jurati and the Borg Queen were already filming season 2, running around the lab with Soong.” We’re done. So no one is sitting there going, ‘Oh my God, we have a great set!’ “We got the idea that there was something amazing inside the box, and it wasn’t until almost a year later that audiences got to see it. Then everyone said, ‘We better save the set.’ And I said, ‘Yeah, yeah. I threw a tantrum and they saved the set.'”
Blass didn’t say what they might do with the set, but there’s always the potential for “Picard” season 3 showrunner Terry Matalas to return to the set if he produces a “Star Trek: Legacy” spinoff series. Plus, they can always complete a new “Star Trek Experience” with a ride on the Enterprise-D. People lose serious amounts of platinum to get into the captain’s chair and say “get in”, so never say never!