Yackey explained that he's working with architects to figure out a way to redesign the building with the Saucer intact, to make it marketable for potential retailers. Davis defended the development process and reiterated that demolishing the building was never the main intention, but rather a possibility that got blown out of proportion. They didn't break any news, but Yackey did say to the Saucer faithful that "it looks promising."
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