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Structure in General
Proposed in the early 1980s, this observation tower was to be the centerpiece of the White River State Park on the western edge of downtown Indianapolis, but the design was widely criticized. Many residents felt it looked like a giant corncob, while others felt it would detract from the traditional focal point of the city, Monument Circle.
This obelisk-shaped observation tower was to have measured 130 feet in diameter at the base, 64 feet in diameter at the top, and featured an observation platform at the 150-foot level.
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