Given the Eagle's description, the Brooklyn CFASS (the auctioneer's third, with sister facilities in London and Singapore) might be the closest we'll ever get to building a working replica of the Death Star:
A beeping soundtrack of high-tech security accompanied a tour of the gleaming corridors. Purified, dehumidified air, kept at a constant 70 degrees, wafted overhead. The original gray, pebbled floors were buffed to a smooth finish. A multimillion-dollar elevator system, capable of carrying a classic Rolls Royce, bookends halls bathed in brilliant white and shimmering chrome, a kind of wainscoting that adds protection to the steel-enforced walls. Hundreds of motion-sensor video cameras sprout from the ceilings and walls, inside and out.