New Eden is the only city in the remnants of New York City to have a working civilization. New Eden was built in 2032 by Mayor Gomar who first instituted that this city will open its hands to survivors. As the years progressed and then we came in, people started to create all types of functioning utilities such as water and electricity. New Eden currently has a population of 30,000 people. Most of them are now, medium wealth residents because refugees are being moved to some place in the Bronx (The area hasn't been finalized yet). New Eden has a growing business district. This is because New Eden harvests so many crops that it has a surplus of it. They then sell to other nations such as Augusta and the Jersey Confederation (Though people don't like them at all). New Eden has a new idea to create more crops will allowing the city to spread into a metropolis. This idea states that why not move all the farms and crops to one area which provide resources to everybody just like oil used to do. Food is the new oil. Food will cause nations to rise and fall. Food is key to everything. Our scientists have also might have found a way to save our farms. Crypton Industries has made a prototype of what you may call a sky farm. It is a skyscraper structure which would use solar panels on the top to spread light and cause photosynthesis in the plants. Pipes will be drilled underground to bring up water and nutrients. Its inspiration was taken from how a tree gave its leaves food. Thats the main idea to creating this machine. If we create this, we will grow stupendously because we will all have our farms intact. Now lets look at some New Eden Pics:
This could someday contain huge skyscrapers. It is growing very very fast.
You can see why they call it "New Eden".
A major avenue connecting New Eden to New Hope.
Some under developed people.
A high-tech area.
A minor solar powerplant.
Whoo is that an oil tank I see there. Yes you do but it doesn't house oil. It houses algae.
The world is a different place now. Humans can now regenerate themselves from the ashes we call nature.