Indianapolis eyesore set to fall at the end of this month.
The Keystone Towers building on the north side of Indianapolis is scheduled for implosion 8 a.m. Aug. 28. The 15-story apartment complex near the Indiana State Fairgrounds was built in 1973, but it has been abandoned since 2003 and had become a haven for squatters, drug dealers and illegal dumping.
Advanced Explosive Demolitions will perform the implosion, under subcontract by Indianapolis-area contractor Denney Excavating. Demolition crews will be going door to door in the coming weeks to talk with about 475 residents living inside the 1,000-foot safety zone around Keystone Towers, and some residents may be taken to temporary shelters the day of the implosion.
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