Grand Central Skate Spot

Grand Central Skate Spot was a 22,000 sqft DIY skate space in the heart of downtown Miami. This project was a collaborative effort brought to life by Brad Knoeffler and Mark Lesniak of the O.P.R.A. and Skate Free. Grand Central allowed the skaters of the community to imagine and create a skatepark of their own. Each obstacle in the park was donated or constructed by the skaters themselves. Grand Central Skate Spot became the central skateboarding location for skaters to recreate, practice and interact in Miami.

Press: Miami Herald

 

Red Bull DIY Spot Supply

The Red Bull DIY Project was a one month pop up skate park created in partnership between Skate Free, Red Bull and The Miami Parking Authority. Red Bull and Skate Free used an un used parking lot and transformed it into a temporary free skate space for the month of January, 2014. This space hosted 3 skate jams and one contest and was open and free to the public 7 days a week.

Press: Red Bull USA

 

Lot 11 Skate Plaza

Lot 11 is a conceptual project that is currently in the work for the Miami Parking Authority Lot 11 in downtown Miami. The space will be a mixed use skate park and green space totaling over 30,000 sqft. This project was the winner of the 2014 Our Miami Public Space Challenge and has raised over $70,000 in donations for its construction.

Press: Miami New Times