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Got air?



Some of nearly 70 new employees of Urban Air, an indoor trampoline park scheduled to open Saturday, Nov. 19 in the 31,000-square-foot building that formerly housed Marshalls department store in the Clarks Pond Mall, demonstrate the attractions. Shown are, from left, Devin Rogers, Taylor Landon, Trevor Rogers, and Robert Cleary. More than two years in the making, the million dollar renovation is the first New England location for Texas-based Urban Air, and is franchised by Scarborough resident Anthony Dill, who was introduced to the concept by his two teenage sons. In addition to the American Ninja Warriorstyle obstacle course modeled here, Urban Air also features dozens of trampolines separated by age user age groups, as well as two dodge ball courts, a stuntman style airbag jump, and a tube city fun site for younger kids, as well as a food court, adult observation deck, and space for both public and private parties. (Duke Harrington photo) Some of nearly 70 new employees of Urban Air, an indoor trampoline park scheduled to open Saturday, Nov. 19 in the 31,000-square-foot building that formerly housed Marshalls department store in the Clarks Pond Mall, demonstrate the attractions. Shown are, from left, Devin Rogers, Taylor Landon, Trevor Rogers, and Robert Cleary. More than two years in the making, the million dollar renovation is the first New England location for Texas-based Urban Air, and is franchised by Scarborough resident Anthony Dill, who was introduced to the concept by his two teenage sons. In addition to the American Ninja Warriorstyle obstacle course modeled here, Urban Air also features dozens of trampolines separated by age user age groups, as well as two dodge ball courts, a stuntman style airbag jump, and a tube city fun site for younger kids, as well as a food court, adult observation deck, and space for both public and private parties. (Duke Harrington photo)

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