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  • P Wright

    March 2, 2016

    How boring! The thing should be at least 3 floors and maybe wrap around a curve.

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  • Chris

    March 2, 2016

    The slide is part of Skyspace LA, a multi-level experience that will spread across four different floors of the skyscraper, reaching 1,000 feet on the tower’s 70th story.

    In addition to the slide, Skyspace will also host an open-air observation deck. It will be California’s tallest and have panoramic, 360-degree views of Los Angeles.

    The attraction is expected to open on June 25 this year and admission will be $25.

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  • US Bank Tower glass slide

    March 2, 2016

    Earthquakes happen daily although the measures on the ricter scale is low, you never know when a large one will hit! If a piece gets lose you have to worry about the people on the ground because once it starts to fall it becomes a weapon!

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  • glass

    March 2, 2016

    why on earth would anyone do this no less actually slide on that thing, no thank you, I can barely look over a one story balcony no less being up 65 floors and sliding on a glass slide!!!

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  • Chris White

    March 2, 2016

    I’ll get a crew of friends and make an event out of it! Sounds way fun and in our own backyard. Hats off to the engineers with enough fore sight to create something exciting as such. Still nothing will ever surpass flying off the top of this tower in the LAPD’s helicopter!

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