I'm an old man. Sure the place has nostalgic memories of good times past, but these have faded as has the building.
It was built in the 50's when cash was hard to come by. It has had wasted on it god knows how much on speculative plans for more than 10 years. Acoustically, it was not good. I suspect the concrete floor was not good for dancers' feet.
The noisy minority have maintained it so far. I say demolish it as soon as possible and get on with remaking a vital area of the city
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