dabadon5: Looks really sweee, i love that density
kakado_to_save: Looks good!
A: Thank you
Towerdude: Esta la CJ dela perfection !I love the time comparison for the two blocks, it looks great
A: Thanks, i personaly like to compare old and new pictures XD
NMUSpidey: That's great for the low-wealth buildings: riverfront location! I sense some gentrification in their future, for better or worse . Nice update!
A: Well, they are still there today, but who knows what can happen?
ThomasSimpson: Nice pictures, I like your work a lot.
A: And that makes me very happy
emperordaniel: Very nice! And thanks for the link btw
A: Thanks and you're welcome.
Well, how the same says, its a dutch comunity in New Buckigham. The ducth arrive in the city in 1710 and they founded this small village, far from the rest of the city, but now it is surounded by buildings and makes part of NB.
1.An overview. New Holland is served by 3 subway stations, Blue Line.
2. An old picture
3.That's Kamel Kirke, a church built by the dutch people, their temple.
4.Some of the first buildings constructed.
5.A bike path in front of the church.
6.That's the first baseball field built in the city, around 1840.
7.Cheap homes at New Holland.
That's all for today, hope you like the neighborhood, there are apartments for rent
Please, tell me your opinion.
AH, btw, i would like to say that i used a lot of Maxis buildings because the style of the city is from New York, so the buildings are perfect.