The organ is currently fully assembled in a church I have acquired for development .
Why then, might I ask, don't you incorporate the organ as a working musical resource within the development?
Perhaps development need not be as sterile as modern times have become.
Real music has been sucked out of the population to the extent to which people now are beginning to appreciate its value in the teaching and lives of children and their development into adults. Having an organ incorporated as a facility might set a trend.
The other problem with the sterility of residential development is that seperating places to live from places to work sucks the life out of communities causing an absolute necessity on commuting and car transport.
If the instrument would be speaking into a much smaller volume, then it can be voiced down to do so as was the Hunter at Addington Palace when placed in the Octagon Room on its rebuild from Ewell Congregational Church.
Mad by username, a magician by username, is this not the time and opportunity to do it properly?