Brooklyn Bridge Park is getting a skating rink
Get your skates ready: A 13,200-square-foot roller rink is coming to the waterside park’s Pier 2 in early 2014.
Thu Sep 26 2013
Rendering courtesy MVVA, Inc.
Finally, an exciting development for those of us tired of nearly getting run over by those punk kids and their roller-skate shoes—a place where punk kids run over one other while riding around on their roller-skate shoes. By early 2014, Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 2 is set to become a 13,200-square-foot roller-skating rink with all the fixins—bleachers, lockers, and hopefully short shorts and malted milkshakes. And now that he’s done with Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston will have some time to come by and work on his disco dance skating.
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