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Curbed Week in Review: Cooper Square Hotel Shows Itself, Harlem Park is Dead, Astroland Icon Endangered, More

Before you settle into your Saturday routine, check out some of our favorite posts on Curbed this week.

1) East Village: The Cooper Square Hotel finally opened and showed itself off to the world and, uh, more.

2) Harlem: After all the drama about the Harlem Park building on 125th Street and its height, it turns out that the tanking economy has killed the building.

3) Coney Island: As Astroland is taken apart, it turns out there's a desperate search going on to find a new home for its iconic rocket, which was a ride in the eary 1960s.

4) Tribeca: We got a good look at a new DDJ, The Fairchild.

5) Gowanus: Renderings of Ismael Leyva's big new building planned for Brooklyn's Fourth Avenue finally surfaced this week after months of mystery.

6) Williamsburg: Work is well underway on the redo of the McCarren Park Arch and of a new skakepark being upt up.