These towers would have been connected by an elevated plaza level straddling a monorail line that would have connected it with the University of Minnesota.
The project would have included multiple towers and terraced low-rise housing along the Mississippi River Bluffs between the 19th Avenue and Washington Avenue Bridges.
Construction was halted in the early 1970s, in part, by a tenants' strike in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood. Most of the site remains undeveloped, and an adjacent rail bridge has been converted to pedestrian and bicycle use, connecting the West Bank with Dinkytown.
According to the architect, Ralph Rapson, some of the foundation work remains on the site, but it is not readily visible upon close inspection.