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Eighth Street Fountain

Eighth Street Fountain

LOCATION:
8th St and Broadway (In Garment District Place)



Artist/Designer: Theis Sickbert Associates

Installed: 1989

Description
Quality Hill is a renovated area of northwest downtown. A red brick wall divides and gives this fountain two distinct appearances. On one side, water streams down into a pool from five slits made in the top of the wall. The other side features a cascade flowing down into the basin below. Two plaques on either side: Tribute to Godfrey and Blanche Jones; and “To the People of Greater Kansas City on Proctor and Gamble’s 150th Anniversary.” This attractive fountain also graces a beautiful courtyard where workers can enjoy rest and enjoy its beauty.