Sky-high clear glass slide coming to Los Angeles
Los Angeles is full of thrills and excursions, and soon residents and visitors alike will have one more of them to enjoy.
A sky-high, clear glass slide called the Skyslide is being added to the U.S. Bank Tower.
The building is not only the tallest in the city, it's the highest skyscraper in the entire West Coast.
The slide will be suspended a thousand feet above ground and stretch between the 70th and 69th floors.
Partaking in the experience only requires the guts to do it and $8. Skyslide is scheduled to open in June.
There are also plans to open a restaurant on the tower's 71st floor, but when that will happen is, at this time, unannounced.
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