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285 DownloadsThank you for looking at one of my low-income neighbourhood stores; something you could expect to see in the rougher ends of town. Featured here is Fabland; a take on the often-decrepit Fabricland that dots the strip malls of my home town. Aside from the anchor store, a couple of small, generic, convenience stores pay the rent for this little mall. It is a growable 5x4 CS$ lot. The building is Dark-Nite compatible. The dependencies are as follows: - Girafe's Car Pack vol 3.: http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=2860 - Girafe's Urban Pack: http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=3192 - Girafe's Berries: http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=2888 - Girafe's Feather Grass: http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=3001 - SHK Parking pack: http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/27563-shk-parking-pack/ - Mushy's Trailers: http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/30773-hd-north-american-53ft-semi-trailers-vol1/ Thanks for taking a look at my introductory strip mall - I hope you enjoy the download! Don't forget to check out my other downloads - everything from factories to family houses. See what's new by checking out my BAT thread: http://community.simtropolis.com/forums/topic/46654-bats-by-bipin/?do=getLastComment Enjoy!
Matthew7/12/01 posted a topic in SC4 ShowcaseSimcity 4 is still in my opinion better than Simcity 2013 but what needs to be added to downloads are some stores like a modern Ingles Markets, BILO grocery store, a modern Wegman's grocery store , Whole Foods, Trader Joes, A modern Publix, and stand alone Ross stores, Joanne Crafts, HHgregg appliances, and a Cabelas outdoor store, especially the department stores Belk, BonTon, Boscovs, and hobby lobby. If there are any I missed you can tell about them below.
4,272 DownloadsLow Wealth Small Shops This is a set of four 1x2 Cs$ lots that represent typical stores one may find in a lower wealth or working class neighborhood. These four lots have the same architectural theme, but are slightly different. They are a representation of the pre-World War II architectural style that was popular in the area around New York City for these types of buildings and the way they appear now (ex- aging, various alterations, etc). Two of the lots are intended to grow on corners and two of the lots go in between to fill up one city block as shown in the pictures. The following is a description of each lot (from the left corner to the right). All stores and names are fictional, but are based on real places. Each lot is arranged in its own folder so you can keep the ones you want and delete the ones you don’t want. Pete’s Corner Produce – Consists of a fresh produce store (“Pete’s Corner Produce”) and a 99 cent store (“99₵ Discount Store”). Mi Pueblo Deli and Grocery – Consists of a nail salon (“Cindy’s Nail Salon”) and a Mexican deli (“Mi Pueblo Deli and Grocery”). Soapy Suds Laundromat – Consists of a laundromat with a kiddie ride out front (“Soapy Suds Laundromat”) and a bar, possibly a 2 dollar dance or bailarina bar (“La Estrella Bar”). Lucky Wok Take Out – Consists of an Italian Bakery (“Giovanni’s Bakery”) and a Chinese Take-Out restaurant (“Lucky Wok Take Out”). All of the lots have the following stats: Building Type: Cs-$ Growable Building Stage: 4 (will grow on Medium and High density) Lot Size: 1x2 (two of the lots will only grow on corners) Pollution at center: 3, 2, 5, 0 (air, water, garbage, radiation) Pollution radii: 3, 4, 0, 0 (air, water, garbage, radiation) Flammability: 40 MaxFireStage: 3 Power Consumed: 2 Water Consumed: 7 Tilesets: New York Building Value: 227 Capacity Satisfied: Cs-$ - 38 File Creator: Don Miguel Dependencies: None
Schuamberg is a mid sized suburb 15 miles northeast of downtown Pittsburgh. Today it stands as the leading center for retail and business. Schuamberg is home to the Pittsburgh Center Mall, the first Wal mart supercenter, sams club, home depot, and many other famous chain stores and restuarants. I-376 also cuts through the city, and heads due east towards the Capilano valley Mountains. Interchange between I-376 and Mountain Blvd, which connects to Capilano blvd or old highway 76. Lowes built there first store in 2011 shortly after the land value shot up in this section of the city. Intense competition from Home Depot keeps these stores thriving. In this picture below, you can see Walmart and Target are the anchors to each side of the shopping centers. Many financial and advisor companies like fisk financial and lundmark advisor trading (big office tower in the center of the photo) have made this once sleepy suburb their home. Orginally located in downtown they moved out due tot he overwhelming travel times for many workers. Capilano Valley Center Located off Capilano Blvd. Capilano Valley Center is the second largest shopping mall in the valley. Built in 1988 with three department stores: Sears, Hechts, and Nordstrom. In 1999 a pizzeria was built on the east end of the center. Today the shooping center has overgrown its original boundaries and now spreads for a few miles in each direction along Capilano Blvd. and Mountain Blvd. Highland Community College (located ont he bottom left hand side of the photo) opened its doors after construction finished in 2011. The Arizona based company opened its east coast headquarters in Pittsburgh just a few months prior to opening. Their office can be seen in the current downtown photo located along I-176 blvd not far from the Chase tower where they do their banking. Highalnd community college prides itself in being a clean, affordable, and challenging college experience. The main degrees range from business, to architecture, thanks to the last minute plans to add a seperate, but adjacent building, accoutning, pre med, pre dentistry, pre law, and manufacturing degrees.