14. Olde Downtown - Rip City Residential
Howdy folks, and welcome back to Rip City!
Sky Guy: Thanks! I find a little bit of open space is a must; cramming the buildings together like sardines makes me go a little crosseyed.
Schulmanator: Thank you sir! Although its hard to go wrong with open spaces and trees.
NMUSpidey: And I'm sure Rip City would love to have you, just watch out for the people who take pride in "keeping portland wierd"
Roberto Robato: That is General Metals Manufacturing, by the HKABT team (I think its bixel's, but i don't remember exactly).
And for the new stuff:
Today we look at the residential areas of Olde Downtown.
1. south waterfront condos.
2. downtown apartments.
3. Entering the Chestnut hill neighborhood. Also, the intersection of the Sunset Highway and the Greenway.
4. Outbound on the sunset highway.
5. mini-mansions on the Sunset Highway.
6. Morrison Park and School, near the intersection of Morrison and Burnside.
7. The Greenway neighborhood.
8. Soccer (Futbol) park.
9. West Bricks neighborhood.
10. GLR in the West Bricks neighborhood. That sidewalk conflict on diagonals rears its ugly head again.
11. More GLR. no one is sure why the city planner made such a knuckleheaded twist in the track. Whats that? Forgot to level the ground first? Oh...
12. Rip City condos in the West Bricks neighborhood. I usually don't try to get fancy with my res because i prefer doing that with ploppables, but sometimes growables surprise me in pleasant ways.
13. The Greenway from Kayak Communications Tower.
14. Kaiser tower. Seat of power for the citie's medical community.
15. City Shaded park. Home to hygienically challenged musicians since its founding.
16. Some of the residences nearest the waterfront are getting quite tall.
17. The Governors Studios. One of the most exclusive residences in the oldtown.
18. Eye in the Sky view of the west side of the greenway.
19. Eye in the Sky view of the chestnut hills neighborhood.
Thanks for taking a look at the Olde Downtown.