About this City Journal
Baysville is my nations capital city, with over 700,00 people living in new, old, and worn down developments. In this journal, I will show you it.
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The Original Commercial District, is by the name the first commercial space in the city. It is to the north of the Downtown Residential District, and has recently been expanded.
Baysville's most prestigious spot to live, the downtown district. As the very first zone ever zoned in the city, most of the buildings are historic and will never be torn down and re-developed. This district also has the most character of al of the residential districts, making it very desirable. Here are the pics
Baysville started out as a city formed from when Mayor Decfeco initiated the Grand Highway Project to stretch across Timbuktu. The highway was built, plus the original residential, commercial, and industrial districts, all that are still there today, except for the industrial district. The city was zoned to medium density residential when the demand spiked and taller buildings replaced the scuzzy, cheap housing to keep up with demand. Because of the population increase, a whole new commercial area was zones adjacent to the residential. Once again, demand spiked and residential zones were now high density and commercial too. At this time, a little less than about half of the city was zoned and Mayor Defecto dicided that it was time for a main street and an airport. the main street was named Bay Street, after the city and the huge bay
( that is now filled in) As for the airport, Mayor Defecto decided that a landing strip was too small and choose a municipal airport. (This airport stood at the same location for about 150 years until an international one was needed.) Mayor Defecto also decided that at the end of Bay Street, there should be another residential, commercial, and industrial area, so one was zoned. After that, The mayor just tended to the city until it grew into the huge sprawling metropolis it is today.
Baysville, Timbuktu's capital, didn't start off so big. Actually, most of it's growth has occurred in the past 100 years of it's 250 year history. In the past 50 years though, the population has almost doubled. The population is about 700,000 people and growing strong. This journal will give you a tour of it.