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CTMandR - Thanks a lot! Ya, I'm looking for ski lifts without much success and I've never made my own lots so I hope it turns out!
Upper Kenningsjor Bay is the newest neighbourhood of the city, only about ten years old. The Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Settlement joined together and created a protected area around the city to protect the high grade farmland so this will likely be the last development for Kenningsjor. The area is largely middle class residential but has potential to become more desirible as the neighbourhood ages. Planners spent years on this area trying to stamp out infrastructure details and traffic runs smoothly in the subburban district. It is also home to a small buissness district and industrial park which provides many jobs to the city.
This is at the very edge of Upper Kenningsjor as you head toward the CBD. The park is always busy with sims staying heathly running and biking.
The lower cluster of towers is the Upper Bay Condo Complex.
The major intersection on the districts Eastern edge.
The hotel and small residence area at the top of the park.
Here is the Uptown Core. This area is slightly older then the rest of the disrict but has grown tremendously for a development only twenty years old.
One of the many issues the planners had designing the neighbourhood. This rail overpass cost a whopping 30 million simolineons but is well worth it as this is a major railline which has allowed the Uptown Core to develop so well.
Here is the last area to develop in the city and its a subburban nightmare!
Here is the brand new hospital and school which is the centre of this community.
BONUS: Here is the updated downtown core. This growth was totally natural since showing you the downtown last. Buissness is booming as the city finally dropped its high major coporation extra tax and has made Kenningsjor a ver desirible place to set up shop. Capitol Union Associates Tower is the large tower near the bottom which now dominates the skyline.
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