This update is going to revel the growth and development in North Piedmont, specificly Anderson. Anderson is the government district where all the offices of differant level authoriative positions can be found. It was established in the early 1800s as part of Piedmont's attempt to be an independent country. Now let's see what I've been talking about.
(below)This is a transit map of what North Piedmont looked like before the development.
(below)Now here is a satellite image of the above transit map.
(below)This is a satellite view of the finished product.
(below)A transit map of the above picture. But let's look closer at Anderson.
(below)This is Anderson as a whole, home to more than 70,000 residents.
(below)Here we see a closer picture of the city, its commerce area as well as the Piedmont Government Buildings.
(below)This is the commerce square of Anderson, a variety of companies have regional and even some international headquarters here.
(below)Now for the first government building, The Citadel. This is the Piedmont Internal Agency, they deal with issues that directly affect residents of Piedmont, such as education, transportation, and even, to an extent, intellegence within the boarders of Piedmont.
(below)This is Anderson Square, the two identical buildings are the High and Low House of the Lords, similar to the House of Representatives and Senate in the United States, and with similar functions.
(below)The building at the right is the Great Hall, more government offices and the taller building in the middle is the offices of the Prime Minister and his Chief Advisors and all other offices associated with running the country. The building on the left, across the street from the cemetary is the Central Economic Planning Authority. It is here the government keeps taxes import and export levels all in check in order to ensure prosperity and achievement.
(below)In the lower right hand corner is the Chancellory Building, this is where the offices of all foreign embassies are held. Here we also see how suburban Anderson really is. The road at the top of the picture connects Anderson to Rockmont, where the Rockmont Regional Airport is as well as some indutrial development that helps Anderson.
(below)This picture shows the rest of Anderson, which is located on the other side of the interstate.
(below)The historic, small downtown set up is still evident in Anderson.
(below)And that concludes this update of Anderson. Hope you enjoied it.
The next update will feature the Rockmont Regional Airport as well as highlight new upcoming projects.