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tips on making neighbor cities blend

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My trick is to use similar-styled buildings near the borders and make many, many transportation connections so it looks like one solid, fluid city.

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When I get a neighborhood on a border, I just continue the streets (roads actually) across the border and continue building in the new tile.  The blend is natural if you keep your buildings of the same style, and you get a region that is really one city.

One of the things that I would do if I had my hands on the source of this program would be to allow regional transportation hubs like airports, and institutions like universities would also attract people from other tiles.

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