jmsepe, on 26 Apr 2014 - 02:23 AM, said: Great entry! I personally like how those farms and the urban center are incorporated.
- When I traveled to Canada some years ago, I noticed this type of thing. Thanks!
C4RACORTADA, on 26 Apr 2014 - 02:37 AM, said: This is a realistic view of region, I like!
- Thanks for that. I switched to the terrain mod you sent me.
Huston, on 26 Apr 2014 - 06:07 AM, said: This region shot still really alluring. I mean I hardly have any words to describe it
- Well, the ones you used will do just fine!! Thank you!!
Ln X, on 26 Apr 2014 - 06:49 AM, said: A great regional picture. Good job integrating the woodland, farmland and main city so smoothly.
- Yes, as I mentioned to jmsepe above, when I was in Quebec, I notice many of the towns were like that. Not so much suburban sprawl just scattered over the landscape.
Schulmanator, on 26 Apr 2014 - 07:16 AM, said: Great pic
Moerp, on 26 Apr 2014 - 08:43 AM, said: Your building style is so incredible realistic! And I love realism^^
- Well, there have been a few other members that excelled in this type of region, most notably Mr. Beer, and I've been inspired by them in that respect. Thank you.
feeroz123, on 26 Apr 2014 - 2:50 PM, said: This is a pic taken from a flight over the region ! Awesome work !
- As you can see, there is still a lot of tiles yet to be played.
Wallibuk, on 26 Apr 2014 - 6:14 PM, said: very structured area, nice
raynev1, on 27 Apr 2014 - 08:16 AM, said: Region views are my favorite , this one looks fantastic . 5/5
- Yes, they seem to be popular. I'll do another when there is some development east of the river.
Brattleboro has become quite urbanized, with numerous large residential and office towers, and a metro population of almost 300,000 residents. Financial services, insurance and corporate offices have transformed the city's core, adding thousands of jobs. Many workers in these businesses now live in the city center, enjoying the amenities of urban life.
While most of the residential growth has been on the western side of the river, a new metro line under the Rock River, and abundant land will bring an anticipated surge in residential growth here.
Residential and office buildings cluster around the civic center.
Some high-end condos with parks and ponds, and more modest apartments across the street.
Care to ride in a helicopter and land up here?
The Rock River dam is the oldest in the region and still functions as flood control and electrical gerneraton.
By for now...