If this gets sold will it get torn down? My sense is no, because the scale and geometry of the building probably allow for diverse repurposing. I could be completely wrong about this. It dates from 1980--a curious time for American architecture, and although I admire aspects of the design, it isn't aging with the grace of traditional Boston buildings. It might be partially demolished, which would have little effect on the sense of place created by the structure. We'll see.