Coney Island Plan Enters Public Review Process
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The city's plan to revitalize Coney Island will begin the seven-month public review process today, starting with the Department of City Planning.
Along the way, the $2.5 billion plan will go before the community board, the borough president, the planning commission and the City Council.
The city wants to create a 27-acre indoor and outdoor amusement park, 4,500 housing units, hotels and a retail district.
The city is also battling over the future of Coney Island with developer Joe Sitt, the largest landowner in the area.