Here’s a round-up of various media stories about the closing of Astroland:
Albert said she wanted a two-year lease this time, to cover the summers of 2009 and 2010, because her 300 employees needed more job security.
Joe Sitt, to whom Albert sold her property in 2006 for $30 million, said the developer won’t negotiate through the media or with a gun held to their heads.
Astroland’s rides are already on sale on the Internet. Prices range from $95,000 for the merry-go-round to $199,000 for the bumper cars.
More information about the Astroland rides on sale on the Internet:
Carol Albert stresses she hasn’t given up on
The Coney Island Development Project is working to make
The president of the Coney Island Development Project accuses Joe Sitt of buying up boardwalk land and
cleaning out rides to force the mayor to let him build luxury condos.
Coney Island Development Project presents “Coney Island 2009?” A presentation about the future of