@K50: Thank you Link is in the Link section.
@TekindusT: Thank you!
@Reikhardt: Thank you
@Tepodon: Thanks, Nice you like it this much. Link is in the link section
@dabadon: Thank you!
@Benedict: It appeared a couple of times in my CJ. DL link in the link section.
@Pampa_uy: Thanks a lot =) Bats are linked in the link section.
@residentsim: Thank you, this mix is inspired by many japaneese cities.
@gugu3: Thanks a lot
@heithomat: Thanks a lot!
@panthersimcity4: Thank you
@etorsen: Linked in the links section
@luibsasocer: I usually start with covering detailed areas of a city and overviews are coming usually later on
@ImVhOzzi: Thanks for commenting again and I'm happy you like it this much
@unit2981: It needs a bit of lotting because med residentials are very hard to get, but if you re-lot the med comercial buildings to residential ones you will have pretty the same result as I have.
@unique.uk: Thank you as well
@Dragon: U51: Pic10 bottom right.
Link section > I recieved many PMs and comments asking for thoose BATs shown in update 51:
Pic09: Shì Yan main station (Scroll down a bit, Chineese site, registration for downloading needed)
Pic10 (The building topleft and the long building bottom left)) Pic11 (The builing that dominates the left side) (Japaneese site)
Pic12: The building with thoose grassy roof gardens(Japaneese site, scroll down to the bottom)
U52 - Shì Yan Greenhill
Heyho and welcome to the fifthysecond update of my CJ Dragon Islands.
Today I'm going to show you the Gelin Xi er(greenhill) district of Shì Yan. It's located to the west and southwest of the Central&Temples district and - as the name says - mostly located on a hill.
But steep roads or the need for terraces, as shown here do not prevent the city from growing.
A new building under construction at the southwestern end of the district.
The hill is cind of a barrier for the traffic, it has to go around it. This leads to a jammy situartion.
This area is located next to the border to the central district.
Still along the eastern border of the district.
The road up to the district West bay is always busy, here shown next to the main hospital.
The other road that leads around the hill, not much traffic due no rush hour at the moment....
Some terraces in the central area.
This tunnel marks the northern end of the district, it leads on the other site of the main line.
And, as a conclusion: A nightpic.
I hope you liked this update, greetings, Skimbo =)