Use them. Most buildings get torn down because they are out dated or nobody will rent them out. If we can perform retrofitting to bring them up to code, make them more energy efficient and attractive, they will be desirable again. If they lay empty, they will probablly be destroyed or run the risk of becoming populated by rodents or vandalized.
To link this to a previous question: older buildings are generally pretty “green”. From the air flow to the wood that’s used for the window frames, they tend to have a lot of benefits. Doing some simple renovations to modernize the building will be a lot better than replacing it.
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