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One and Two World Trade 1

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The most highly anticipated BAT building is finally available.

 

Whether you lived 10 blocks away or 10,000 miles away, these buildings meant something to all of us. It was a shrine to economic prowess, and was one of the most recognizable buildings in the world.

 

Now you can remember them in all their glory, or remember those that were lost by placing this tribute in your SimManhatten.

 

There are 4 lots in this package (all info is in 2 simple .dat files which should be unzipped into your plugins folder). One set of subway enabled landmarks, and one set of the same landmark with jobs. Plop cost for each tower is 250,000 and has a capacity of 25,000 (both jobs and subway passengers). Sorry for not seperating the jobs/no jobs version. If I would have done that, it would require me to include the model file with each version, doubling the amount of space taken up on Dirk's server.





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Bubbles1990

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LOL Written back when 10 MB was a lot of space on a server.

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BEAUTIFUL! TWIN TOWER!

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