Given that the costs to maintain that building which is in dire disrepair are so high, I do not foresee any option for it other than demolition. I would love to see that eyesore put out of it's misery.I'm guessing the move is primarily an administrative one (save $). Prior to the pandemic, there was a presence of current and former students from all over the world working at this office. Portland is probably the better locale than Southborough for social activities. As for the law school, it's no wonder that it will thrive at this location. The fate of the building on the USM campus is a big unknown. However, I would assume a "light" interior makeover would compel some of the department offices located in housing surrounding the campus to relocate here. Simply convert the upper floor to a substantial cafe with a view. It pops up above the tree line with sightlines to much of Portland. Add a skylight or two too. The surrounding campus houses can be converted to student rental housing (already a spec thing on the street behind the law building). There is a HUGE potential for this campus. Its location is ideal. I'd like to see the graduate school of business on this end of the campus, as well as a beefed-up biosciences department to ready students for the biotech companies of not only Boston, but Portland too.