Allston Village Main Streets is turning 89 Brighton Ave. into a new, if not permanent, community space that will include a two-floor indoor skatepark, a DIY bicycle-repair shop and a vintage market.
Mayor Walsh was on hand this morning for the introduction of Pop Allston.
The Orchard Conservatory Skatepark will be one of the first, free, indoor skateparks in the world, spread across "nearly 10,000 square feet, with varying and unique terrain on each floor. "
Oliver Best Markets will feature vendors "specializing in records, apparel, home decor and more."
CommonWheels Bicycle Co-op, will also be housed in the space and will offer free workshops and resources.