Jordtown is the capital and most populous city in the Country of New Terrance. According to the latest census, Jordtowns population is 363,208. The Jordtown metropolitan area, with 1,043,551 people, is the largest in New Terrance. Like many urban areas in New Terrance, the Jordtown region has seen increasing growth since the 1970s. The Jordtown metropolitan area includes 8 major cities, 6 counties, and numerous neighborhoods.
Jordtown is considered to be a top business city and is a primary transportation hub of New Terrance—via highway, railroad, and air. Metro Jordtown contains the world headquarters of corporations such as The Jeremy Lee Research Center, Terrance Power, World Mobile, and many more major corporations. Jordtown has the Worlds tenth-largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies, and more than 75 percent of Fortune 1000 companies have business operations in the metropolitan area, helping Jordtown realize a gross metropolitan product of US$84.8 million, accounting for more than two-thirds of New Terrance's economy. Jordtown International Airport has been the world's busiest airport since its opening.
Jordtown is home to 5 public high school. The largest, Central High School, is followed by Schley County High School, then Washington High School, Pinewood High School, and lastely North Jordtown High School. Numerous elementary schools are located throughout Jordtown. If public school is not fancy, Jordtown offers 5 outstanding private schools with excellent in academics and athletics. The University System of New Terrance offers New Terrance State University (NTSU) in the Heart of the Jordtown Metropolitan Area in Jordtown. There is also ClayHurst University, which is a private institution located in the South Adams Community of Jordtown. Shmails College is also a accredited College located across the River of Downtown Jordtown.
Jordtown is home to professional franchises of five major team sports: the Jordtown Royals of Major League Baseball, the Jordtown Jets of the World Basketball Association, the Jordtown Pumas of the National Football League, the Jordtown Snipers of the World Soccer Association, and the Jordtown Ducks of the Nation Hockey Association.
The Royals had an unprecedented run of 12 straight divisional championships from 1998 to 2010.
The Jordtown Pumas (American football) Were the only non-American Football team to be inducted in the NFL. They have won the division title two times (2008, 2010) and one conference championship—going on to finish as the Super Bowl Champions in Super Bowl XLII in 2008.
The Jordtown Jets (basketball) began in 1996 along with the World Basketball Association. Since then they have won 1 World championship and have hosted 3 World Cup Basketball Championships. In October 2007, the Women's World Basketball Association (WWBA) announced that Jordtown would receive an expansion franchise, that commenced their first season in May 2008. The new team is the Jordtown Liberties.
This first neighborhood is Hidden Lakes. Hidden Lakes is located on the southernmost border of Jordtown and is home to some of Jordtown Premiere Commercial Businesses and many residents. Currently Hidden Lakes hasn't finished development and is looking for some more southern expansion.
Mission Hills is located just northwest of Hidden Lakes. "The Hills" are home to some of Jordtowns finest citizens. These houses are nothing but perfect with an amazing view of the entire Jordtown Metropolitan Area.
Pinewood Valley is located just northeast of Hidden Lakes and is also Jordtowns newest Development. Residents of this area are your typical our of college sweet hearts that are ready to move out of the busty city and into a cozy house in the suburbs to start a family. This area also supports the second largest Industrial Park in Jordtown.
Four Points sits just north of Pinewood Vally and is on the Southeast side of the Jordtown Industrial Park. Four points gets its name from the four intersection located on I6 and I12. This area supports a wide variety of citizens from steal workers to CEOs.
The next neighborhood, is the Jordtown Industrial Park. Being the largest industrial park in New Terrance, JIP employs a mere 40,000 Jordtons. Throughout JT history JIP has been a leading community in helping the region expand.
Located Just left over I6 of JIP sits Terminal Point. Terminal Point is a large shopping area for many locals and tourists into New Terrance.
Now crossing the Terrance River which is on the left of Terminal Point takes you into Parksville. Parksville is home to Jordtowns beach, Jordan County High School, Shmails College, Perry Stadium (Tennis), Lee Field (Baseball), Mercy Stadium (Football and Soccer), the Jordtown Zoo, and lastly Liberty Mountain. Liberty Moutain holds a replica of Statue of Liberty in NY. It was given to New Terrance as a gift from the US representing peace and also for being a place of freedom, liberty, and justice. Parksville is currently going through a renewal project in the lower right corner of the picture.
Doing a complete 180 from Parksville in the East part of Jordtown lies the neighborhood of Brookstone. Brookstone is a lovely place for Jordtons to live and work. The Lee Research Center and the Jordan Group predict that this area will be the next major metropolis neighborhood of Jordtown.
Located just north over I6 of Brookstone lies Jordtowns second populated Neighborhood of South Adams. South Adams is a great community and is a very lively place. Compared to Harlem, South Adams is the cultural battle grounds of Jordtown. If you truly want to experience Jordtown live, South Adams is the place to be. There are numerous things to do in this area. One can attend Clayhurst University, a private institution and ivy league college. A person can also attend a basketball or hockey game at the Sim Metro Life Arena. If your not interested in sports but rather look at a elaborate collection of art, the Jordtown Art Studio is located in the heart of South Adams along with the Opera House.
Mainly, Located in the Heart of the area lies Downtown Jordtown. The dowtown area is home to nearly 150,000 residences and 200,000 plus commercial businesses. Downtown Jordtown is the heart of the Jordtown Metropolitan Area. This beath taking city is one of the worlds most beautiful cities!
On the north point of the city, one can find the neighborhood of Cross point. Cross point is home to the oldest of the Jordtons. This area has recently seen an increase in younger adults and is projected to increase in population over the next twenty years by the Jordan Group.
Lastly, to finish Jordtown is North Jordtown. This area is one of the oldest areas in Jordtown and has recently been through a renovation. Many New Terrance vacationers pass this location on there way north to Blue Harbor.