xdancerk3 - Thanks very much!
dimipol006 - Thanks a lot. I like to develop coastal areas the most. Always a challenge.
Daan300 - Thanks!
PlyPlay665 - Thanks, I appritiate your comments! BTW, you were clear, I was the one who worded my reply badly. I meant I hope you like the next update as well! But anyways, thanks
Here are some various sights that make Kennigsjor a beautiful and unique place to live.
Here is Promenade Park. Built on the hilltop overlooking the city, the Park is almost as old as the city itself, but the soccer pitch was built in 1928 as the first soccer staduim in the city. It has become too small for Professional games but many universities, schools, and amateur leagues fill the itinerary.
Here is one end of Bayshore Park. The path was created in 1945 when the fish stock in the area crashed and the fishing industry was wiped out. The abandoned buildings were demolished for the park which is always busy and fish populations are very slightly and slowly coming back.
Here is part of the relitevely new Bayshore Gate Tunnel system which connects Proud Point with downtown greatly releiving traffic. In fact since its completion in 1999, housing prices on the point of soared 110% of their previous value because of the new access to downtown! This project took a staggering 11 years to build and features veiws as well as environment conservation.
Featured here is the rennovated Bayshore development which includes a new office tower, apartments, soccerfields, hospital, and redirection of the major eastern railline. This has darastically improved the quality of life on the eastside and improves traffic with the new dual level rail crossings. This project was just recently finished in 2006.
Here is the new Proud Point elementry school featuring the new large playground part of a citywide incentive to improve quality of life for the city's youth.
Here is an intresting sight enjoyed by many condo owners each day. The mixing of the fresh water and sea water at the end of the bay.
* This weekend's update will feature the outskirts of the city and a little rural development, it will also have a dedicated nature close up section so stay tuned to the EMPIRE! *
The downtown has also spontaneously grown this week. It was really weird, it just came alive so I have a new much better shot of downtown as well!