Well, it looks like that thing is now just a bigger disaster waiting to happen.
If I was ADM I would default on the property taxes and let the local gubermint repossess it or put it up for a tax delinquency sale.
Then all the folks that want to turn it into a museum can deal with all the real world expenses of maintaining a century old structure safely.
Should have been torn down decades ago.
There was one of these old grain elevators up near Kenmore Ave and Military Rd in Kenmore NY (Eastern-States). The company went out of business and abandoned it. Nobody in local gubermint had the the widsom/guts to call for it being demolished until a couple of teenagers got crawling around in the top of it (Yes teenagers can get through "safety fencing", who knew) and fell over a 100 feet to their deaths. Boy Howdy you should have seen all the folks coming out of the woodwork claiming that they "called for the elimination of this public safety hazard for many years"...
"1970s – A St. Paul’s School student named Daniel McCracken, 12 years old, fell to his accidental death in the abandoned grain elevators nicknamed Snakeland in Kenmore, NY sometime in the 1970s. This would be the first recorded death in Snakeland since it closed in 1965 (while open for business it was called the Eastern State Mill, or the Agway Building).
And other suicides happened there.
2000 – The Agway/Bryant buildings and grain elevators in Kenmore, NY, better known as Snakeland, were finally destroyed on May 21, 2000."
Take some pictures, walk through one last time with a 3D scanner and then knock it down before someone gets killed....
Or someone that wants it "preserved" forks up 100 million in cash to buy the property and another 100 million cash bond to cover any damages when it falls over or someone gets inside and falls to their death....
Nobody should expect the current owner (ADM) to maintain an unsafe and "attractive nuisance" that is not needed for their operations as a "Historic Relic" for the enjoyment of others.
Let ADM tear it down or let someone else buy it will full CASH bonds upfront to protect the public at large from taxpayer funded largess to preserve it for "history" and protection from liability..