Pan American Plaza
Structure in General
- Pan American Plaza was constructed in conjunction with the 1987 Pan American Games, hosted by Indianapolis.
- The Pan American Plaza tower is a postmodern re-interpretation of the Union Station headhouse tower, across the public plaza to the southeast.
- Building drawings indicate a height of 160 feet to the top of the 12th floor.
- The two low-rise wings contain ice skating rinks.
- This site has been mentioned as the possible site of a new 800-1000 room InterContinental Hotel, to be built in support of the Convention Center expansion that will take the place of the RCA Dome.
- It was recognized in 1987 with the Monumental Award, representing the most significant visual and physical enhancement in Marion County.
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