Monday, September 19, 2005 12:44 PM
I hear that Six Flags is on the chopping block and Astroworld will soon be history. I sure hope this means some of our favorite parks don't get liquidated. Or maybe this means some of the more frustrating parks get improved. It seems Astroworld was more a bit more susceptible to liquidation given it was in the middle of down town Houston.
Other parks outside of major cities seem to be safer. For instance Magic Mountain is surrounded by suburbs and sagebrush, and probably won't be replaced by a Wal-Mart or mall. There are few developments that can produce a greater income the SFMM in that area. Parks will only be replaced by projects that can produce more money. Le Rhonde is near down town Montreal. Is this park at risk? What other parks are susceptible to city replaning?
Monday, September 19, 2005 12:46 PM
Don't need multiple topics on this...