The enclosed slide will be 46-feet-long, four feet wide and, "made entirely with one and one quarter inches thick glass". A ticket for the slide, located at the U.S. Bank Tower in Los Angeles, would cost the bargain price of $8 (£5.73).
Singapore-based OUE Ltd., which purchased the building in 2013, is renovating the tower, which, like other traditional office buildings, faces fresh competition from renovated historic buildings popular with young Internet companies and other creative businesses. Participants will be able to see as far as San Fernando Valley and Santa Catalina Island.
There are also plans to open a restaurant on the tower's 71st floor, but when that will happen is, at this time, unannounced.
Allardyce admits Sunderland have been 'let down' by disgraced Johnson
Sunderland rejected that claim, saying: "During the time that she (Byrne) was present there was no suggestion whatsoever that Mr. The trial heard that the 15-year-old girl was a season-ticket holder at Sunderland and regarded Johnson as "her absolute hero".
It's the thrill ride of the future - if you have the stomach to try it. That's a terrifying new foray into thrilling attractions.
Glass-bottomed viewing decks and bridges are nothing new. The Las Vegas Strip's X-Scream roller-coaster sends riders on a wild plunge off the top of the 1,100-foot Stratosphere Hotel and Casino. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article.
The 260-square-metre Skyspace will offer California's highest open-air observation deck when it opens this summer.