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High Rise, locted in the Capital city of Bogota, Colombia. Height is 192 m. 

 

 

This file Includes: Functional Landmark with 5,000 CO$$$ Jobs

To install: Unzip the folder inside and dragg it on C:\Program Files\Maxis\SimCity 4 Deluxe\Plugins

 


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High Rise, locted in the Capital city of Bogota, Colombia. Height is 192 m. 

 

 

This file Includes: Functional Landmark with 5,000 CO$$$ Jobs

To install: Unzip the folder inside and dragg it on C:\Program Files\Maxis\SimCity 4 Deluxe\Plugins




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cs4berlin

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

5 Stars +

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daybreak

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Love your creations...thank you for sharing them :)

 

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matias93

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Finally! Nice sudamerican small skyscrapers! Now I can make a realistic looking CBD without those huge towers messing with the overall scale!

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tribar

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Why does it cost $18 million to build?

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Fantozzi

  

Looks elegant, sharp and detailed lines, vivid textures on the windows, contrapunctal to the grey facade. This is very, very good.

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simtrilla17

  

Excellent

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SecretMbr_735754

  

Nice concrete construction, excellent reflective and lighting surfaces, good to have another diagonal building.  Thanks.

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sejr99999

  

thank you for this beautiful building  it will fit in most of my larger cities and I really like the lighting

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gb901

  

Yo vivo en Bogotá!! He pasado por ese edificio muchas veces. Gracias por compartirlo.   

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Tyberius06

  

Amazing building again... Sooner or later I have to start building my Diego-style city :)

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Allastor

  

Excelente edificio, muchas gracias. Con tu talento me encantaría ver pronto el Costanera Center o la Torre Titanium de Santiago de Chile por estos lugares. Sería realmente genial. Muchas gracias por tus aportes de gran calidad.

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Bastet69008

  

A very nice surprise! Great job! I'd love to see more Colombian or LATAM buildings :)*:thumb:

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tariely

  

Excellent (as usual...) I love what we can glimpse of the interior.

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