Something wetter than the mermaid parade might be coming to Coney Island.
Zamperla, the Italian company that operates the tilt-a-whirls and roller coasters of Luna Park, are looking to build a
This stretch of land was once home to the Thunderbolt, a wooden roller coaster in the 1920s to the 1980s, reincarnated as a spanking new steel loop-dee-loop slated to open on May 22, also operated by Zamperla.
“It’s in the very primary stages, we don’t want to mention anything yet,” Valerio Ferrari, president of Zamperla’s Central Amusements International, told the paper.
CEO Alberto Zamperla said that he is negotiating with Jasmine Bullard, daughter of late Surf Avenue property owner Horace Bullard.
The caveat is whether the state won’t pour cold
Ian Fried of the New York City Economic Development Corporation, which broke ground on the new Thunderbolt as part of its $150 million revitalization plan for Coney Island, told the Observer that they are not involved in the creation of the