The former 3-acre site of a roller coaster at Coney Island is back on the market.
A spokesman for the company that operates the new Italian-built Luna Park says letters were sent Monday to 11 vendors operating near the new rides.
Autumn begins Wednesday, but Brooklyn’s borough president says Coney Island amusements are still “red hot.”
Less than three months after opening its gate, Luna Park is getting ready to celebrate a major milestone.
Nathan’s Hot Dogs may soon be facing some competition from a few trendy eateries.