Coney Island, Act 3: Can the seaside enclave finally overcome its seasonal status?

Coney Island has been transforming itself for more than a century. In 1903, its most famed amusement park opened and ushered in a heyday that would run for decades. But by the turn of the millennium, the seaside enclave was a shell of itself — a run-down backwater with large swaths of vacant land and rickety rides. Over the last decade, however, the city has invested millions to revitalize it. And developers have followed suit […]

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