Broleth relocates to the island and sets up an entire compound. Centered is the Broleth Brothers Compound with several warehouses, an assembly building, and various other installments.
Note: The brothers have long been passed away and the company is now run by several of their workers.
The main reason for the switch is because of a Clean Water Act (110 ADA) passed by Benaru, requiring all ground water to be unharmed by industry. Thus many companies moved across the river and developed their own water system.
The original coal plant was leveled and Benaru's first baseball diamond was rolled out. Old City became New City as local businessmen began opening shops and offices.
The original Broleth office still stood until 125 ADA, when it was finally sold to Lasik & Son, an insurance firm.
View of the beginning of New City from the west.