Ecologically speaking, keeping or renovating an old building will save the pollution that would otherwise be caused by destroying the old structure, transporting rubble and new materials, and using machines to build a new structure. Depending on when an old building was created and who lived in it, it might have aesthetic, cultural, or historical significance.
Old buildings are often great tourist attractions to, which in turn boosts the local economy. Just think of how many houses that ex-Presidents grew up in now have tours available. Personally, me and my friends went on a Friday the 13th tour of the supposedly haunted Winchester Mansion. There are tours of Mary King’s Close in Edinburgh, which is a building that has been around since the 1500s and is one of the largest tourist attractions in that area.
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