10Penn is an old building foundation that has been converted into a skatespot. This real estate and the Convenience Store Supply next door are owned by the same person. The owner has given permission to a select few of us to build obstacles to skate here, with certain limitations.
In it’s current form, there is a 12-foot cinder-block ledge, a flat bar to drop off, a double-sided cinder-block ledge to drop off, and a couple of small circular humps placed close together.
Fun place to skate, but there’s always rocks. Bring a broom. 50 yards away there is a convenience store and a taco truck. Lots of foot traffic, mostly from homeless, local residents, and patients of a rehab clinic down the street.
This is definitely not a good place for unsupervised children to skate due to the proximity to a major street and the amount of foot traffic from locals.
There are plans for more obstacles, including transition, flat-bars, and more.
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