Well After much awaited time, I finally got a chance to update the CJ. Since Manhattan is soo huge, I decided to make 2 parts instead of jamming everything into 1.
This CJ starts early in the morning. 3a.m. to be exact.
It is the dead of night and the late night subway isnt even running. Being seen at this time by someone else is rare.
Larger corporations downtown tend to leave lights on overnight for no apparent reason. Maybe they want people to think they're rich?
Before the sun rolls in, the fog decides to occupy the streets.
While the fog is still out, the commuters arrive at their primary subway station on their way to work.
Dawn quickly arrives and the streets are suddenly once again filled with life.
The sun is out but many are indoors working in there tiny compact cubicles.
Noon arrives and many go on their lunch breaks.
The McDonalds' on Fish Street becomes packed with people. Many order takeout and eat at the park when the sun is out so they can enjoy the beauty.
The park is the only green area for many blocks surrounding the area.
The tight compact city living for some is bad for thier emotion and health.
In the eastern side of Lower Manhattan, homes like these are beyond common.
Being lost is pretty common by most travelers.
Decaying buildings is becoming a real problem for many.
The sun begins to set and people check out work to once again fill the subways.
Streets turn empty and the cycle repeats.
P.S I'm aware of the lack of cars. The problem has been fixed and it will be not be a problem on the next update.