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The Idle, the brainchild of local property developer and entrepreneur Tom Battista, is a peaceful spot from which visitors can view the traffic on the I-65 and I-70 split and be thankful they are not trying to drive through it. The program of the mini-park includes homages to adjacent neighborhoods, quotes from Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. and John Lennon, interesting architectural features such as reclaimed Bush Stadium seating and gabion boxes filled with reclaimed brick as shelter counterweights,
Fletcher Place, Indianapolis, IN, 46203
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