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Teddy City: A Random Look

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Disclaimer: I am a member of NAM- throughout the CJ you may see things that are unreleased material and are approved for show- Reader now advised.

 

Welcome to Teddy City:

Up Next-A Random Look

 

Teddy City is a beautiful pace to live. And what your about to see shows its beauty. Each part of the city is unique to the next, and exploring is the only way to appreciate the city itself. By leaving the highways, a person can get lost but always end up where they started.

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Royal Grove subdivision- This curvy neighborhood leaves people a bit dizzy. Located near the Royal Palace of King Fredrick the IV and Queen Emma, the neighborhood is a beautiful example of the urban planning the city allows.

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The Royal residence itself- Called Packwell Palace it was built in 1200AD replacing an old 850AD castle. The Castle began falling into disrepair and need replacement- so the royal family decided to take down the castle and reuse the material on the new palace. After nearly being destroyed in several earthquakes, the royal family decided to retrofit the building- having it raised and placed on a rubber foundation to help the building roll. It was the first building in the city to be retrofitted. The royal family generously offered to bay for other buildings to be retrofitted for earthquakes, taking on 15 different buildings and paying the full cost.

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One of the newest store in the nation- Target- This one opened in 2011 replacing the old warehouse discount superstore called Kelly's that once stood at the place. Kelly's lasted just 2 years as the shopping center opened in 2009. Target has become popular, and more are planned. Today 25 stores are in Teddyland itself, 7 in the metro area alone. This is a sign that the nations economy is going strong. 

 

See you again soon- Don't forget to comment and rate.



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Roads... roads everywhere... :P

I've always enjoyed the narrative in these things. Shows the creativity of the creators. Seems that Target will be on every street corner, soon. Very soon. That'd be a pretty lulzy thing to see, actually.

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Very nice use of the mod's for your neighborhoods.  Around the Target looks very suburban American but it might just be the enormous parking lot.

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