Developer Eyes Coney Island Renovations The site of Coney Island's legendary amusement park has been sold to an owner who wants to tear down some of the old structures and build a new resort. Locals are rallying to save the park from developers.
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Developer Eyes Coney Island Renovations

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Developer Eyes Coney Island Renovations

Developer Eyes Coney Island Renovations

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The site of Coney Island's legendary amusement park has been sold to an owner who wants to tear down some of the old structures and build a new resort. Locals are rallying to save the park from developers.

Kathleen Horan reports from member station WNYC in New York.