Some more history...
In 150 ADA Broleth was bought out to become Broleth Industries. The company board consisted of one descendent of the Broleth family. In 175 ADA a fire started at the Broleth Compound and engulfed most of Benaru Island. In 180 ADA Broleth Industries purchases the island from the Benaru government and begins construction on the new Broleth compound. An airfield is one of the many planned features, allowing air transport to Oneska's growing airfield.
By 210 ADA Broleth has finished the airfield as well as two towers: The Samuel Center and the Broleth Administrative Building. At this point Broleth is the only industrial company. Every technological development is set forth by Broleth.
215 ADA Broleth Industries becomes Broleth Incorporated and begins to buy real estate and commercial properties in Benaru.
After purchasing of original Broleth building, Lasik & Son began investing in New Benaru. By 170 ADA Lasik & Son was run corporately and renamed Lasik Industries. As New Benaru grew into an enormous commercial center, Lasik Industries was becoming powerful enough to be compared to Broleth Industries.
In 180 ADA Lasik attempts to purchase some of Benaru Island, but Broleth is still economically dominant and obtains the island in its entirety.
In 215 ADA Lasik decides to compete with Broleth by raising a tower of their own in New Benaru. Lasik now owns seventy percent of the commercial district.
The Lasik Tower (right) overlooks New Benaru as the market continues to expand.
Now four tower stand on Benaru Island: (from left to right) The Nidal Tower, Broleth Corp. Tower, The Samuel Center, and The Brothel Administrative Building. The airfield lays on the east side of the island, accompanyed by various technologic reserach facilities. The south side of the island is still under development at this point in time. More buildings are raised within the next few decades.
Sprawled Benaru is slowly coming together and rising. As discussed above, Lasik and Broleth own many of these high rises.
New Benaru as seen from the west.
Across the street from the Broleth-built parking garage is a newly raised stock exchange building.