You got here just in time! The rain is going away.
As you can see, the buildings in the CBD aren't necessarily the tallest, but regardless, it is the center of banking and commerce in the city.
This building is among the most famous, called the Witherbridge Center. It was built in the '60s as the city's second high-rise office building. Its most prominent feature is the mirrored windows and glass that were very modern and cutting-edge at the time.
Originally, this part of the city was an outskirt of the old center, later becoming the area where most of the Industrial headquarters were located. Over time, more modern commercial buildings were built. Today, the area is known for its high-end shopping and entertainment.
At night, the area contains several preforming theaters, many of which have plays and musical preformances.
The Imperial Bridge may not be in the CBD, but I didn't mention it last time so here it is! It was built in the late 1800s during the city's Industrial boom. The city was quite wealthy at the time, and the bridge served as a testament to that.
Northwest of the CBD, perched upon a hill is the Marlonette Manor, which has served as the home of the island's leader.
AND FINALLY... a mosaic overview of the city of St. Cuthbert.
(At the bottom, there are some small areas that are not entirely complete yet.)