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300 m high - glass slide
A new tourist attraction will become part of the already incredible Los Angeles offering, giving visitors the opportunity to go down a slide from the seventieth the sixty-ninth floor of U.S. bank tower. Located at 300 meters above Los Angeles, Skyslide is fourteen meters long, while the width measured 1.2 meters.
It is attached to the facade of the building, and is made entirely of glass, which only adds to the excitement that comes with it. Skyslide is part of a vast process of renovation of this building, where Singapore company OUE, as well as the American architectural studio Gensler will show their magic.
With a budget of fifty million dollars, the project will include two gazebos, in addition to an interactive level, offering additional information about attractions, neighborhoods and numerous other points of interest. If sum of fifty million dollars sounds huge for such a project, you should know that the U.S. bank tower is the tallest buildings in California and the twelfth highest in the United States.
Twenty-five dollars will be cost entry on the lookout, where guests will have to pay an additional eight dollars to go down the slide. For some, it's a lot, while others cannot wait for opening date, ie June 25. Reservations to visit this place are already possible on the website of the tower, and we are sure that the project is worth fifty million bucks will attract a lot of attention.
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