Do buildings have an "age" where they feel middle aged? elderly? Do we consider the age of a building as we do with dogs. Or maybe one human year is like a quarter of a year for a building. So compared to a person who is 100, a building built the same year, would be 25. That makes sense because buildings often outlast people. I wonder if when a building burns down, for example, at a young age, is it like losing an infant in the community. I don't know the age of this building but I can see varicose veins.