If AM survives (which it probably won’t), it’s a great deal. Otherwise, it’s just another former great signal that has been chipped away at over the decades by the loosening of clear channel rules. I grew up a few miles from the beast itself, and still drive by it a lot on my travels eastward. Most of the land around it has been developed. Only when it it is dismantled could the remaining parcel be developed. I will say that if the AM band goes all digital and the lower power junk stations are forced off, it would be worth quite a penny.