Rob Dyrdek Opens New Skate Plaza In L.A.

We all know what Rob and the DC did in Ohio. And we all know what Rob’s been working on in L.A. as of late. So, it was only a matter of time before Rob got with DC and the city of Los Angeles and opened a new plaza right in the heart of L.A. Called the Lafayette Park Safe Spot, this new plaza is right outside downtown Los Angeles and is apart of a new plaza building program that gives cities the ability to get real street skateable terrain built on limited budgets and in limited space confines.

The place is pretty sick. At 7,000 square feet, it’s a bit on the smaller side, but it flows like a real street spot with perfect ledges of all sorts and plenty of flat ground. There’s a cement bank in the shape of a Carl’s Jr. star in the middle of it all, which is kinda weird, but it’s cool to see a new spot pop up right in the mix of the craziness of L.A.

Google map it, and go skate!

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Kids out the gate waiting to get in.

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