No. As a result of many years of property neglect and exposure to the elements, several buildings on the property have unstable floors, ceilings, or walls, which could collapse without warning. The same structures have been vandalized and are damaged by fires. In addition, the buildings may also contain sharp objects, like broken glass, or other debris that can cause injuries. Finally, the Limited Regulated Building Material Report for the site, finalized in October 2022, indicates there are several structures that contain Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) and lead-based paint. Asbestos fibers, released by disturbance and decay, can cause serious health risks and to date, no safe level of exposure to ACM has been established.