The Old Y
What is being saved is historically and aesthetically significant. The 1960s addition was only functional for roughly forty years, and in the end it was outdated and had little if any architectural merit.
I love that the best of this building is being saved. The only things I truly mourn are the glorious pools, for I learned to swim here. The one thing I find a shame is that the building's interior beauty was built for and open to the community, but now it is privately owned, and it will only be enjoyed by a privileged few. Of course, money built it, and money is preserving it.