TekindusT: Thank you!! I remember that CJ too, and some Dutch themed ones he did (and he's still doing), one of the best CJs I ever seen.
elavery: Thank you!!
ghgsdsghg3: Gracias!! Son lots propios, vamos que no están en ninguna página. (they are custom lots, they aren't in any site)
jose555jose5553: Son lots propios.
Fox: Thank You!!
City Builder9111: Thanks!!
Bluthlucidity: Thank You!!!
Hazani Pratama: Thank You!
Markus J: I tried to do so. Thanks!!
dzekins: No, those are lots and traffic are props, search for VIP Team and shk parking props to get them, but you need LE to place them.
hahei: Maybe I'll release them, but they are some problems: 1) Too many dependencies. 2) Other sidewalk textures (e.g. Maxis white) would look weird with those lots. 3) They are non functional. 4) They are not modular. If you want them, you can PM me, but I don't know the dependency pack names.
city89: The Reichstag, by Debussyman, available on the LEX (SC4Devotion.com)
colco2121: with a lot of patience
Simul8ter8: Thank you!!
Well... let's start with update 3. This update is shorter than the previous one, but for next update I have a big project in mind
OK. Today I'll show the Vía San Carlos (St. Charles Way), one of the largest streets of Vistalegre, that starts in the Imperial Square. You will probably remember the Cancillería building from last update, shown in this pic too:
In this avenue a lot of cinemas and theatres were built, but now, many of them have been converted into cafés and shops, but some of them still survive, like the Cines Hollywood (what an original name ), shown here in the corner.
Another pic of the avenue.
In the middle of the avenue we find the Plaza Nueva (New Square), with the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, built in the mid '50s, and the tallest building in Vistalegre until the late '60s. It's still imposing...
In the 2000s, a transport hub was built in the square, known popularly as "el barril" (the barrel) for its singular shape. The Dirección Central de Correos (Central Post Office) building (the white in the corner) was built in 1932, and it was the tallest building at its time too.
Here is a closeup of the pedestrian streets leading to Plaza Nueva.
BONUS PIC: This is how the Plaza Nueva looked like a long time ago...
Credits to Gonzalo1234 (at Capitalsimcity.com) for the Plaza España and Telefónica buildings, great Madrid BATs.
...And that's all for today, guys!! Hope you like it and don't forget to rate!