Downtown housing was going vertical in the early 70s downtown Spokane. If you were over 62 and needed subsidized housing then this was your place. As a building, the Park Tower is just kind of there. It really doesn't add or detract from the skyline. It's more neutral than anything. At the street-level (where it really matters) it relates quite well. Funny how the rendering emphasizes what is really the alley-side of the building.
"Construction has started on the 20-story Park Tower apartments on Trent and Bernard just south of the Expo '74 site. It will provide 185 apartments for persons 62 years or older under a federal subsidy program reducing rents for most units. Long slanted roof at the left is the Washington State Pavilion on the exposition site. On the right is the design proposal for a 15-story Sheraton Motor Inn of Spokane. Park Tower is scheduled for completion in late 1974."