Ohlm is an edge city in Jordtown Metro Area with approximately 187,114 workers and 125,735 residents. It is a major hub for business, convention, and retail in the region. Ohlm is situated ten miles northwest of the South Adams neighborhood at the junction of I-6 and I-5 ). Ohlm is the county seat for Wall County. The area is marked by several modern skyscrapers rising from the wooded hills above the freeways. These towers house some of the area's 24 million square feet (over 2.2 million square meters) of office space and making it Jordtown's second-largest commercial office district, after Downtown. Ohlm also houses some ten million square feet (930,000m²) of retail. Ohlm center peace consists of New Terrance's tallest building, the International Commerce Center, and the Silver Arch. Ohlm is home to New Terrrances Largest and most outstanding University, the University of New Terrance.
The Silver Arch
The Silver Arch was constructed by Jordtowns premiere architecture at the start of Ohlms cityhood. This Arch represents many things to the locals including peace, harmony, freedom, and a new beginning. Looking at the Arch from across the river and a few miles back one will see an AMAZING view of the Jordtown Metro Area Skyline. It is said that once your pass across the arch you get a new life, in the city of new beginnings.
The University of New Terrance
New Terrances #1 University for academics and athletics 15 years in a row. It is also has the most students enrolled. UNT participates in the only non-American NCAA DI Conference, The Outer-Edge Conference. Winning numerous award including Directors cup 5 years in a row, UNT is one of the Conference's outstanding Universities. UNT has won several conference championships in sports including tennis, soccer, football, softball, and baseball. We currently have the title for most Conference Championships in NCAA football. However, UNT has yet to accomplish a BSC championship.
St. Mary's Stadium
St. Mary's Stadium is home to many sporting event. Including the Jordtown Pumas (American Football). The Pumas moved to St. Mary's Stadium from Mercy Stadium in Jordtown just two years after they became a NFL Franchise. Mercy stadium was too small for such a popular sport within the Country. St. Marys provide a much needed seating arena, descent parking, with a state of the art facility. St. Marys is also home to The University of New Terrance Cougar's (Football and Soccer).
The Ohlm Capital
The National Library
Ohlm is also home to the New Terrance National Library which holds the worlds third largest collection of books and media. It is also sponsored by the University of New Terrance.
This is the Oakley Bridge area. As you can see there are three bridges (and an airplane). The main Highway bridge was names Oakley bridge after the designer Mark Oakley. The next bridge, Heart of Jordtown Railway Bridge, connects two major railways together, the Jordtown Railway, and the West Terrance Railway. The last bridge is the Ohlm Avenue Bridge, nothing to fancy about this bridge however, this bridge holds the record for longest recorded construction time. Mainly because of the depth of the Conway River and also they had to hire five different contractors to finish the job.
Southern Ohlm International Airport
SOIA, is the Jordtown Metro Area's second largest International Airport and one of three in the area. Located on the Southwest part of town, SOIA brings many numerous numbers of tourists into the city daily and an abundance amount of jobs have been imported into the city by this airport.