Mike Blaska in full hyperbole. Eric Hovde’s 123-foot electronic waterfall is the kind of bold thinking that will do more for this city than that “glorified farmers market” Mayor Soglin is championing. Great cities need bold signatures. The St. Louis Arch, the Eiffel Tower, the Washington Monument, the “London Eye” Ferris wheel.
Original 11/4/2016 post, "Waterfall mural to grace renovated AT&T Building in downtown Madison", starts here.
Madison's 316 Building will feature 123-foot high illuminated waterfall mural. (Wisconsin State Journal, 10/27/2016)
Official unveiling is Thursday, November 10, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Madison considers $2 million TIF loan for AT&T building remodeling. (Wisconsin State Journal, 2/28/2015)
$29.2 million renovation includes adding glass and windows.Downtown Madison's AT&T building renovation nears completion, draws new tenants. (Capital Times, 1/5/2016)
New tenants are primarily technology companies.
Madison’s Hovde thinks big and bold. (Blaska's Bring it, 10/27/2016)