I'm appalled by the headline. "Tasty apple danish?" Who writes this crap? *** Edited 7/31/2007 12:59:45 PM UTC by Jeff***
I think that could be huge and better for the area if they can get that going. *** Edited 7/31/2007 1:33:21 PM UTC by majortom1981***
Jeff said:I'm appalled by the headline. "Tasty apple danish?" Who writes this crap?
NY Post, Jeff. Since Weekly World News is now officially going out of print, SOMEONE has to take over that particular (peculiar) market... ;)
I have no idea if this was Tivoli itself with the proposal or somebody suggesting a Tivoli-like park.
I agree that Tivoli is a much better choice for revitalizing Coney Island than Thor with it's mounds of bland hotels and condos.
As for the quality of the headline and the New York Post in general, it is owned by Rupert Murdoch! ;) *** Edited 8/1/2007 2:10:38 PM UTC by millrace***
At this point, I'd rather let Thor develop part of Coney with their upscale crap (as long as its away from the water) and allow the amusement area to be improved by a few companies like Tivoli that actually know how to run a successful amusement park.
Nothing good can come of THOR. As for Tivoli, they cA
Stay tuned here, there are so many more scenarios to be played out before anything happens.
At the same time the city is demanding that Thor submit new plans for the area that will meet the zoning and include 0% residential. I am starting to think that Thor is done and will find a profitable exit strategy. This could be a big win for the locals.
It seens that they are not willing to make any compromise. It´s either done their way or not at all. Obvisously they are in a position that allows them to be so strict.
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