Welcome to Concord, the commercial center of the in-progress tri-county area (which will have pictures posted upon completion). Concord and the wider area are based off of a rotated, flipped view of south-central Puget Sound. Concord, which is developed on what is actually Gig Harbor, Washington (near where I grew up ) uses Wollochet Bay (named Alesar Inlet in the game city) and with influence from False Bay and Metro Vancouver creates business district peninsula surrounded by marinas.
This is the broad view of metro Concord. To the immediate left of downtown are the three neighborhoods of Gadatonka, Oroyuga and Warahoo which service Nomwa to the south via the suspension bridges over the narrows and through the valley freeway or the Warahoo cut over Alesar Inlet into downtown. Gim Island is serviced through four bridges that connect the island to Warahoo, downtown, Mickleponk and north to the neighboring towns.
Downtown Concord is a tightly packed tall bunch of towers providing the majority of Concord's jobs on a sliver of land walled in by the Strait of Killinger above and Alesar Inlet below.