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    • By AndisArt
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      AndisArt presents:
      Iris Bay
      Origin:                      Business Bay, Dubai
      Construction:          2013 - 2016
      Building Height:      170m
      Floors:                      32
      Architects:               WS Atkins & Partners
      Purpose:                  Office
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      Lot Size:                  4x6
      Contains 2 different lots:
      Landmark
      Plop Cost:               175.000
      Monthly Cost:         0
      Landmark Effect:   90, Radius 30
      Mayor Rating:         10, Radius: 256

      Plobbable with Jobs
      Office Jobs:             2460 CO$$$
      Plop Cost:                174.010

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      Available in MAXISNITE or DARKNITE, chose only one at a time!
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      Dependency:  If you want the cars to show up in the parking lots you need to download my Modern HD Car Props pack.
       
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      Installation Instructions:
      Extract the file folder and copy it to your SimCity 4 Plugins folder (usually MyDocuments/SimCity 4/Plugins). Buildings can be found in Landmark menu, sorted by plop cost.
      Most files have been packed in a .dat file which is required, do not delete. The two different lot files (landmark and ploppable with jobs) are left as seperate files and so that they can be used alone or both at the same time.  
      The DarkNite version (DN) requires SimFox's Day and Nite Mod.
      Warning:
      Only use either the MaxisNite or the DarkNite version, you cannot use both at the same time!
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      Note:  Due to the nature of the building shape anti-alliasing had to be enabled on this model. Enabling anti-aliasing can sometimes produce grafic glitches when two anti-aliased BATs are overlapping each other.
       
    • By Jasoncw
      Chase Tower was built in 1959, to be the headquarters for the National Bank of Detroit. The building has gone through a number of name changes, reflecting a series of mergers, and was christened with its most recent name in 2006. The most consistent name for the building is "The Cheesegrater", coined for its facade of alternating windows and marble panels. Detroit's first skyscraper, the Hammond Building, built in 1889, was demolished to make way for Chase Tower.
       
      Chase Tower is surrounded by several Detroit landmarks, including One Detroit Center, The Guardian Building, The Penobscot Building, and Campus Martius Park.
       
       
      There five lots included. CO§§§ and CO§§ growables, ploppables, and a landmark. They can be used at the same time without any conflicts. Ploppable and landmark versions will appear in your Landmarks Menu.
       
      If you're playing a German or Spanish copy of the game, the query will automatically read in German or Spanish.
       
       
      Dependencies:
       
      One Flag, Many Nations by Pegasus
      International Day of Peace from the Official SimCity 4 Website
       
      These dependencies are a mod that allows you to choose which nation's flag will appear, and then the flags themselves.
       
      Please note that not having these dependencies will not result in brown boxes, error messages, or game crashes. The only thing that will happen is that no flags will show. You must be product registered and logged in in order to download from the official SimCity 4 website.
       
       
      Please read the readme for more information.
       
      Chase Tower (landmark)
      Plop Cost: § 90,000
      Contains: 6x3 lot.
      Chase Tower (ploppable)
      Plop Cost: § 90,000
      CO§§§ 2116 occupants.
      Contains: 6x3 lot.
      Chase Tower (growable)
      CO§§§ 2116 occupants.
      Contains: 6x3 lot.
      Chase Tower (ploppable)
      CO§§ 3230 occupants.
      Contains: 6x3 lot.
      Chase Tower (growable)
      CO§§ 3230 occupants.
      Contains: 6x3 lot.
       
      BAT: Jasoncw
      Modding: Nofunk
      Custom Query: Sparkythepenguin
      German Localization: Andreas Roth
      Spanish Localization: Asturianu
      Click here for discussion of new and current projects by Jasoncw
      Click here for discussion of new and current projects by The Barry Sanders Project
    • By Jasoncw
      The Olde Building was built in 1927. It is designed by Albert Kahn, with sculptural work by Corrado Parducci. The building sits across the street from the famous Lafayette and American Coney Islands, on the corner of Griswold Street and Lafayette Boulevard, in Detroit, Michigan. Its address is 751 Griswold Street.
       
      It once housed headquarters for Olde, which was bought by H&R Block, who then had offices in the building. Recently, H&R Block moved to the nearby Dime Building, and The Olde Building is currently being marketed as retail on the first two floors, and lofts above.
       
      This month, a member of the Detroit online community, Jeff Colby, died. While I didn't know him in real life, and I didn't know him very well online, he was very helpful on the forums when I asked for help on Barry Sanders Project buildings. He's provided reference photos and histories for many of my Barry Sanders Project buildings.
       
      Please read the readme for more information.
       
      The Olde Building (landmark)
      Plop Cost: §2,200
      Contains: 1x1 (corner), lot.
      The Olde Building (ploppable)
      CO§§§ 41 occupants.
      Contains: 1x1 (corner) lot.
      The Olde Building (growable)
      CO§§§ 41 occupants.
      Contains: 1x1 (corner) lot.
      BAT - Modeling & Bitmaps (Texturing) by: Jasoncw
      BAT - Rendering and Materials by: SimFox
      Modding by: Nofunk
      Custom Query: JBSimio
       
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      Click here for discussion of new and current projects by The Barry Sanders Project
    • By Jasoncw
      The Vinton Building was named for Robert K. Vinton, grandson of the founder of one of Detroit's oldest building firms. Designed by Albert Kahn, the steel framed building was constructed in 1917 and features Italian Romanesque influences with elaborate terra cotta detailing on the upper levels. Early advertising boasted of high speed elevators and direct daylight in every office.
       
      In 2005, a group of entrepreneurs led by former Detroit Lion Robert Porcher purchased the building with plans for residential condominiums and commercial space. Renovations began shortly afterwards, assuring the building's continued livelihood.
       
      Please read the readme for more information.
       
      The Vinton Building (growable)
      CO§§§ 132 jobs.
      Contains: 1x2 (corner), lot.
      The Vinton Building (growable)
      R§§§ 225 occupants.
      Contains: 1x2 (corner) lot.
      The Vinton Building (ploppable)
      CO§§§ 132 jobs.
      Contains: 1x2 (corner) lot.
      Plop cost: §35,000
      The Vinton Building (landmark)
      Contains: 1x2 (corner) lot.
      Plop cost: §35,000
      BAT by: Jasoncw
      Modding by: T Wrecks
      Custom Query: JBSimio
       
      Click here for discussion of new and current projects by Jasoncw
      Click here for discussion of new and current projects by The Barry Sanders Project
    • By Jasoncw
      The Detroit Free Press Building began publishing as the Democratic Free Press and Michigan Intelligencer on the morning of May 5, 1831. Michigans oldest daily newspaper, it supported the drive for statehood, helped establish the Associated Press, and sent reporters to the battlefield to cover the American Civil War. In 1853 the Free Press Began publishing the states first Sunday Newspaper. By its 150th year its staff had earned six Pulitzer Prizes.
       
      This model is based on the current building, located in downtown Detroit at 321 West Lafayette Boulevard. The building was designed by Albert Kahn and built in 1925. It was added to the states historical register in 1981.
       
      For SimCity 4, the building has been adapted in various versions to give you the widest possible choice, depending on your individual taste. Please read the readme for more information.
       
       
      The Detroit Free Press Building (Growable, no flags)
      CO§§§ 754 jobs.
      Contains: 4x3, 4x4 lots.
       
      The Detroit Free Press Building (Ploppable, flags and no flags)
      CO§§§ 754 jobs.
      Contains: 4x3 lot.
      Plop Cost: §60,000
       
      The Detroit Free Press Building (Landmark, flags and no flags)
      Contains: 4x3 lot.
      Plop Cost: §60,000
       
      The Detroit Free Press Building (Growable, no flags)
      R§§§ 650 jobs.
      Contains: 5x4 lot.
       
      Dependencies (for flag versions only):
       
      One Flag, Many Nations by Pegasus
      International Day of Peace from the Official SimCity 4 Website
       
      Please note that not having these dependencies will not result in brown boxes, error messages, or game crashes. The only thing that will happen is that no flags will show. You must be product registered and logged in in order to download from the official SimCity 4 website.
       
      BAT by: Jasoncw
      Modding by: T Wrecks
      Custom Query by: JBSimio
      Reference Photography by: Baldy
       
      Click here for discussion of new and currentprojects by Jasoncw
      Click here for discussion of new and current projects by The Barry Sanders Project
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