Skate centers have been popping up around the country, but few are as impressive as the one in Los Angeles, California.
It has been dubbed “The Best Skate Center in America” by the Huffington Post.
It has all the amenities you could want, from full gyms, a full skate rental program, free classes, and a full-service gym, plus a full range of private and family workout spaces.
This isn’t your average skate park, however.
This is a full indoor facility that can accommodate up to 50 people and provides indoor and outdoor sports and fitness equipment.
The skate center is located at 1 Century Park, which is a residential neighborhood in the heart of downtown Los Angeles.
The center’s location is a testament to its location.
Los Angeles is one of the most walkable and bikeable cities in the United States.
This means it’s easy to get to from any point on the West Coast, or anywhere in the country.
As one of our favorite skate parks, we’re excited to see the LA skate center come to fruition.
We’re so glad that the skate park is opening up in Los, but we’d like to see it grow to its full potential.
A few months ago, LA skate park operator David Lasker shared his thoughts on why he decided to open the skate center in the first place: “The LA skate scene was very small.
The only people who lived here were people like myself.
It was very difficult to find skate parks that offered indoor facilities, and this one in downtown LA was one of them.”
While Los Angeles is not the only city in the US to boast an indoor skate park (and one in New York City is just as impressive), LA is the first in the U.S. to open an indoor facility.
Lasker hopes the skate program will be one of LA’s signature attractions for the next few years, and that it will help attract a larger group of skaters to the area.
“This is one city that has so much potential and so much to offer,” Laskers wife, Jessica Laskerr, said.
“I want to make sure that this facility has the potential to grow and to serve more of the community.”
The LA facility will be operated by the Skate LA and skateboard center franchises, and is slated to open in 2018.