City of Skate partnered with Juxtaposition Arts on the JXTA Skate-able Art Plaza. A collaboration designed by JXTA students and staff, with assistance by COS. The plaza combines skateboarding, flexible open space, art installations, and sustainable stormwater management, to create a unique public space in the heart of North Minneapolis, along West Broadway Avenue. The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee Legacy Fund, a KickStarter Campaign, along with the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization, each contributed $50,000 to Juxtaposition Arts for the building of this first-ever Skate-able Art Plaza in North Minneapolis.
- Concrete products donated by Aggregate MN.
- First Edition plants donated by Bailey Nurseries.
- Custom skateboard elements built by Hunger Skateparks.
- Mural by the TATS CRU.
Location: Corner of West Broadway Avenue and Emerson Avenue North, Minneapolis
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Project Status: Plaza completed May 2019 – Summer and Fall 2019 programming provided by a US Bank Community Possible Grant. – Plaza Hosts providing a positive vibe, and youth with skateboards and helmets, 3 hours, 6 days a week. Skateboards and Helmets donated by the Be A Boarder nonprofit.