Finally I get to start expanding the City of Martin! Actually I've been working on the city for the last month, since I've slowly been releasing the updates every Sunday. I'm pleased with my mix of wall-to-wall industry and residential, I hope you think it looks realistic, too.
The scenic farms between the Brittany River and Bitter Creek along D50. So far, downtown Martin has yet to expand this far west.
Very rural layout between Brittany River and Bitter Creek.
Before we see the downtown expand west along the strip of land between the river and creek, we must chronicle some redevelopment in the existing downtown.
Currently, the downtown peninsula is home to many residents in dense wall to wall apartments, but a new medical center is needed to serve the city.
A few blocks of residential housing is demolished to make way for a brand new medical center. This picture taken several years later displays some new high-rises growing around the hospital.
Remember that beautiful rural scene?
Many years later, the city has expanded to D15. N Harrison Rd has been extended south over the now channelled Bitter Creek.
Can you tell that this picture is a composite? The beautiful farmland is no more.
The industrial zone south of Brittany River has also expanded west to Harrison Rd. Another composite!
Remember Six Corner Crossing many years ago??? Well it is now no longer the northwestern-most edge of Martintown, but rather a very busy crossroads.