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July 11, 2007

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TConey_island_2he Washington Post writes:

The birthplace of the roller coaster and the American hot dog is set to fall into the same powerful grip of New York City gentrification that cleaned up Times Square and brought luxury lofts to Hell's Kitchen. Thor Equities, a mall and commercial real estate developer, has amassed much of Coney Island's six-block-long amusement area, with public hearings expected later this summer on a $1.5 billion redesign of the area into an upscale techno theme park with retail space, high-rise timeshare towers and hotels. Click here for the full story.

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aerobi

I would like to become part of the growth of Coney Island. I would like to open a desert cafe and would like to know how I can find out about retail space being offered in this rising star communitiy known as Coney Island?

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