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[Click banner for full size] College Town, home to three different colleges, is a district of Santa Rio that is full of young, ambitious adults that finally managed to move away from their parents and find a creepy roommate to bunk with. Although the district is often criticized for it's virtually absent nightlife, students still find a way to have police show up to the dorms every night, and with a median age of 20, that tradition isn't going away any time soon... Replies are at the bottom... First things first, the University of English Vancouver, the main college of the district and the fifth oldest in the U of EV system. PS, if you didn't figure it out after all these updates, English Vancouver is supposed to be an alternative British Columbia and a state of Henderson. There it is, the Santa Rio campus of the University of English Vancouver. Home to raving block parties, an ominous forest, and an occasional sewage smell, this campus of the U of EV definitely isn't the nicest. Other than it's medical school/hospital, Vu Medical Center, and the College of Built Environments, all of the school's academic programs are ranked last in the entire U of EV system and don't even make it into top 100 programs in all of Henderson. This is the North Campus Science Multiplex. The Foster Science Complex is home to four different schools, including the College of Built Environments, which is known for having the 11th best undergraduate Architecture program in North America and the 15th best undergraduate Interior Design program in Henderson. A CVS Pharmacy next to the NCSM. The Vu Medical Center, formerly known as Vu Research, is home to one of the best medical programs on the entire continent. Some more schools and buildings in the main part of the campus Some stores and a Hyvee Groceries & Gas along Foster Ave. Here you can see the SRMMA and the English Vancouver School of Design, a separate college that is almost always ranked higher than the neighboring U of EV campus. Intersection of Foster Ave. & Jackson Ave. Southeastern portion of the Parkers Court Dorm Complex. Southwestern portion of the Parkers Court Dorm Complex. Northern portion of the Parkers Court Dorm Complex. Westwood Village, a group of condominiums that is marketed exclusively towards graduate students. Parkland Lofts, an upscale student housing development that replaced Brennan Hall in 2010. A local Super Target that has been known as a place unsafe for kids at night since it can sometimes fall victim to the local streakers of the campus. Next up are the two other colleges in the district, the Kingston Institute and the E.V. School of Design. The English Vancouver School of Design was originally founded as Northwestern College in 1965 but relocated from the Kellan Metropolitan Area and "relaunched" to become the college it is known as today. The former school became defunct in 1990 after a majority of the school's professors were caught giving their students answers to major licensing tests for various degrees for over four years. 11 years later, the school relaunched with an entirely new persona to work it's way up to one of the most respected design schools on the North American West Coast. The school has since then produced many successful alumni including Mark Hamelberg, a famous NFL player, Janice Smith, co-founder of social media site InstaFace with a net worth of over 18.9 billion dollars, and Jack Hodgins, an actor known for his big movie roles including Captain Henderson in The Revengers. The school also offers a number of dual degree programs with the nearby Kingston Institute as well as a dual degree in Photography with the neighboring U of EV campus. The Kingston Institute, founded in 1950, is a premium college known for it's well-respected law school as well as it's superb MBA program. Because of this, the school is made up of mostly graduate students from all over the world who managed to get past the relatively difficult admission process. On February 15th, 2015, the school gained even more recognition after Stephen Hawking gave a very compelling lecture in the school's library building, and in July 2014 when one of Morgan Freeman's grandchildren enrolled in the school. Untouched Panoramas Replies Compdude787 Thanks! And it only has one freeway because it is supposed to be situated in the relatively remote region. Ln X That is very true. And lucky for you, Palos Verdes is in the next update. gviper Thanks! Linoa06 Thanks kschmidt Thanks! It is a shame that grid patterns are hard to escape from. sunda obrigado! (Thanks!) Next Update: Palos Verdes Foothills & Catalina Foothills.
3,361 DownloadsA map I made for myself because I couldn't find any that were over-the-top enough for me. Figured I would share. Loads of detail. Build in a valley surrounded by massively (max height) steep cliffs. Designed to be an optimal map for playing on with some awesome views, not so much with terrain realism in mind. Perfect Dam spot built into map with the reservoir on the non-buildable part of the map to optimize space. Separate small section of river that drains nasty water out so you don't have to blacken up the main river with pollution. Great connections with ship route going straight through the map. Lots of Resources close to water for easy shipment out of the city. Extensive pre-built highway and railroad network. Just about the entire map is flat build-able space, even up on the edges of huge cliffs. Just about any square with water and a highway would make a good starting location. Amazing night time views when you have buildings up on the edges of cliffs. The cliff side roads snaking their way around the map look awesome lit up. Should work with all versions of cities. Built with after dark patched version. Install directory: C:\Users\(Name)\AppData\Local\Colossal Order\Cities_Skylines\Maps