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VENTURA PLACE ONE

This is my first BAT Design For Sim City 4 , Is a Complex of 3 Tower that allows experiment with facades, Materials and lights. 

Ventura Place One: Is a Mixed Used Building with Comercial Center, Luxury Hotel with terrazas and Residences. CS $$$ With 2700 Jobs. 

Ventura Place Two: Is a Hybrid Building With, Comercial Center, Offices and Residences. CO$$$ 2700 Jobs.

Ventura Place Three: Is a Hybrid Building With, Comercial Center, Offices and Residences. CO$$$ 2700 Jobs.


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Tyberius06

  • 5
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I like this one!

Nice building. Probably I will relot a few of your BATs for residental growables (this will be one of them), when I will develop a less W2W style city.

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Edvarz

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The three of them are superb!, I think making their lots bare gives the player more flexibility and the opportunity to detail them with modular plazas, parks, parking lots, etc. and thus create a fully customised complex. I have to start looking for a place to put them on.

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sejr99999

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thank you for this gift of 3 excellent buildings to add to my cities

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tariely

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I especially like this one. But I'll take all three !:-) Thanks.

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