The square rests 1,000 feet from Dizengoff Center, construction of which started in 1972 and was not finished until 1983. The Dizengoff Fountain was built in the middle of the square during its redesign in the 1970s, and was replaced in 1986 with Yaacov Agam's now landmark kinetic sculpture fountain. The current fountain is found in the center of the elevated plaza. There are proposals however to return Dizengoff Square to its original state in order to renew its popularity. Audio guided tours around the square are provided by Bauhaus Center.