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  1. Teddy City- A Redo

    A Redo- Welcome back to Teddy City- I decided to redo the city- I came up with better ideas to beautify the city. The city is now a forest side city, with some elements of its past remaining. Throughout you'll see the valley's and forests that make up this beautiful city. We enter the city on the Kingston Interchange at Kingston Pkwy- While there's the Industry Row exit nearby, Kingston was designed to make exiting easy for people who come into this city and don't want to use the industry exit to get places. Designed with ease in mind, this exit is a great example of the infrastructure of the city. A residential area on the north side of the city. These homes here are next to a high school, and homes go as low as $250,000 in a city with an average home cost of $675,000. These "affordable houses" are hard to come by on the market- and the market is hot in Teddy City. Mixed use in the city- including a news station- News 3 RWGA and its tower occupy this area off K-97. These homes here are similar in price to those of the previous area, given the TV tower. However they are in an area thats less popular given the highway and tower. Hospital Park- located at the Ashbury Medical Complex off K-95. This is one of the most beautiful areas in the city itself, and a great location to live. Homes her are at a premium given the park, averaging around $456,500 for a 2 bedroom home. Chamberlain Bvld and Warren Rd- again same neighborhood as before, but on the other side of K-95. And again homes come at a premium- higher in fact- averaging at $495,000 for a 2 bedroom, these are older homes, but they fit in nicely with the surroundings. Close to schools, hospitals and stores, this is a neighborhood people want to live in. Its living at its finest. Hope you enjoyed Tour 1.
  2. Its time for a redo of Ocean Valley- I know, I know- not again right? Well ya- every time they update Skylines I have to start over- Founded in 1189 as the Kingdom of Zyphone, the castle no longer exists and has since washed into the ocean over the years. Before that it was a tiny village dating to the stone age, then bronze, and iron age- at was under the control of the Roman Empire. Some of the original roman village layout exists in the road layout. Ocean Valley Intl Airport- located on the ocean the landing is a beautiful landing as you look out over the sea. The airport was completed in the 1960s and replaced the old Ocean Valley City Center Airport. A highly used airport, its a hub for traffic heading from other world airports to parts of Teddyland, and is often the first place in Teddyland you see. St May's Catholic Church- built in 1878, St Mary's is a landmark in itself- Located along an old roman road, its in a busy part of town, near parks, quaint homes, and schools. across from the church is this quaint neighborhood- as you can see your not far from the ocean here, The highway forms the edge of this neighborhood, yet the quiet prevails. This is a reminder that you are, in fat, in the heart of a sea side city. Port of Ocean Valley- one of the busiest ports in the nation, the Port of Ocean Valley has both cruise and freight ships almost daily. This cargo hub is a stop for trucks as they provide the goods for the nations needs from far away places over seas. A seaview is abundant from this sea side homes near the airport- part of a restoration project, these homes are built with views in mind, they aren't cheap, averaging $890,000 for views like this. However each home is designed to take in the views, with a short walk to the sea for those without the best of views- whether taking in the sun set, or just to look at at the vast expanse of the ocean, to own these homes is like owning- paradise. Ocean Valley Consert Hall- on of the last remaining structures from the past, the concert hall was built in 1599 and is the oldest continuously run concert hall in the nation. Located near St. Mary's people can take in shows here, and feel a satisfaction like never before. This is a sanctuary for many, and a great way to end a stressful day. See you soon-
  3. Eastleigh- A Return

    Eastleigh- A return I know its been a while, but its back- Teddy City CJ is now being updated- this time Eastleigh is being shown again. If you recall last time we showed a building that was being constructed- well this time its completed. Horman Field. Used still today, this 1899 baseball stadium is home to the minor league Eastleigh Dragons. Located in a forested area of the city, it maintains its original look. However less people attend the games unlike in years past. Sure its reached a slump, but what event doesn't? Downhurst Mall. Located near downtown, Downhurst Mall is a popular shopping spot. Gracefully designed, it looks out of place in a way in this town. Greatmore Shopping Center- This is the place that was under construction the last time- it opened on March 1, 2016 and is so far a success. Those people who are on lunch nearby converge here. Its a wonderful edition to an already beautiful city. Downtown- off Amstead Interchange, downtown Eastleigh is a small area. Buildings here are not allowed to get to tall, as an ordinance in the city prohibits high-rise construction. Still, its a gorgeous edition that maintains the small town atmosphere of this beautiful city. Hope you enjoyed the return of Sim City 4- I know I've been focused on Skylines, hopefully I'll have more Sim City updates soon.
  4. A City To Remember

    Ash City- A city to remember Welcome back- in this edition we'll show you some parts of the city- some are hidden treasures, others are well visible. We'll see many of the sites of the city, and an oddly placed residential zone that backs against the airport. The Bus Terminal- Built in 1989, the bus terminal is a hub of activity. Beautifully designed inside and out, it features large windows that are great for viewing the city's mountains. Many tourists come through here. Depending on how far you've come, its not a cheap ride. 2 historic structures- located near the stadium and city hall, these structures were part of the city rebuild as mentioned last time- The telephone building- built in 1899, it was designed by Frank Marshall. Next door is the old Gruberton Hotel- built in 1889 it was designed by Bobby Troyal Mills and features an impressive interior. Its interior is all original and features a marble fountain as a center piece. A residential area backed against the airport- an odd location it overlooks the man made Bowerly Lake. Even with its odd location against the runways it is still one of the most popular areas to live in the city. Horchester Interchange- Completed in 1988 it bridges 3 highways- 2 don't connect to each other, but all 3 connect to the main highway through town heading east to west- an odd layout, its a frequent hub of activity in this majestic city. Downtown- simple designs make up this area of town. The reason? Its believed that if a building is too fancy, it'll take away from the surrounding mountains, thus the city chose to use a more simplistic style for its downtown. A pine tree lined street makes up the northern artery, while here a simple design makes up the south route. Many office buildings line this beautiful location, and apartments in sky-rises are at a premium. Average rent- $4500/mo for a 2 bedroom. Thats a look at the majestic Ash City- enjoy the stay. Brought to you by: Ash City Visitors Association 12 Huntler Dr. Ash City, CB Zone B 788-PO9 PH: 1 800990-2232
  5. Beauty in Disquise

    Ash City- beauty in Disguise Welcome to Ash City- Located 20 miles from Mt Collins Volcano, Ash City is a beautiful place. Located in the Franmoor Valley- a large valley in the volcanic "Safe Zone", Ash City is a popular, and populous place. Though seismically active, the area is quite peaceful. With demanding views of the Stanhope Mountain Range, Ash City is a wonderful city. Ash City Intl. Airport- The airport backs up against the mountains, making for an intense and tricky landing for even the most professional pilots. Yet there has never been a plane crash here. The landing has a commanding view as the Stanhope Range becomes larger as you come down from the air. Located on the Ash City Bypass, a highway designed to take you to the north of the city's main sector, This shows the example of what makes Ash City such an amazing place. Ash City City Hall. Built in 1603, This once majestic structure was in ruin, only in the revitalization of 1920 saved it. The quakes had left the roof caving in, as the building once sat in the middle of no where, where the city once stood before the eruption of 1788 destroyed it. Today, this part of town has undergone a transition, new structures, new homes, and a new life, beginning to reappear. Holy Rood Baptist Church on Milburn Pkwy, a looping main road 8 lanes wide stands near a major residential zone. Here we see a tram, part of the system from the 1920 revitalization project. This tram is heading to the airport. Anyway about the church: Built in 1804, the church is part of the Royal Historic Designation Society. Built of local red clay, the church is an example of the rebuilding phase that the city underwent. Its believed that the volcano is now extinct, but that doesn't mean that the ground won't move. Making an entrance- the first City exit along the Bypass takes you up onto the mountain- a beautiful entry into the city, the views are amazing. Homes line the highway and have amazing views of the mountains, these are the best available views in the city. The valley and the city- at its widest the valley is 7 miles wide, and the city squeezes in. And man is it a tight squeeze- this shows clearly the amazing views that people here see. Hope you enjoyed seeing Ash City- enjoy your stay.
  6. Ash City

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    This map is the custom map for my upcoming planned CJ- Its a mountain map, with lots of rugged landscape. Highways begin at map edge so you can do your own system layout- enjoy.
  7. Downtown Ocean Valley

    Reaching New Heights: Downtown Ocean Valley- part 1 Welcome to downtown Ocean Valley- A beautiful part of town, Midtown Ocean Valley is a hub of activity. Located off the Central Express road, Midtown Ocean Valley is a beautiful edition to the city. As Seen from Skyline Park, Downtown as you can see is reaching new heights. With constant construction, the area is growing rapidly. More people ant to live here as it features the most commanding views of the area. Not only can you see the river, but the ocean can be seen from select apartments along the city's streets. The Midtown curve as it comes off the Midtown Switchover Interchange. An amazingly beautiful turn, this is a commanding view along the Central Express Road. A Skyline to remember- Along the Central Expressway the city stands out as a city of the future. This is the Financial District of Midtown. The newest skyscraper of the city- The Cocoon- A rounded a futuristic styled skyscraper designed by Peter Grupen of GTW Enterprises, this structure is one of the most identifiable buildings of the Financial District. The oldest Skyscraper of the city, The Belmoor Building, designed by Trace Brookford (1877-1950) in 1923 and completed in 1925, Belmoor Building made an impact on the future of the city. This art-deco styled building features a lower level cafe with sidewalk plaza, and its the first building you encounter when you enter downtown on Reckmore Road. Hope you enjoyed a look at the beautiful downtown. See you again.
  8. Back To The Valley- Another Redo- A Stronger Connection: I bought the expansion pack- so I went for something new- and man was it time to shine- Welcome back- after a long hiatus I'm back- This time I have made a new version of Ocean Valley, one that looks more beautiful, and with a lot more creativity then before. Ocean Valley-Thomas Gradey Intl. Airport- Completed in 1971 as a replacement to the aging Municipal Airport (1929-1973), Thomas Gradey Intl. is a major hub for those coming to the country. In fact if your flying into Teddyland the odds are good you'll land here to switch flights to other Teddyland locales- Weekends are busier then weekdays, this photo shows a weekday view. Ocean Valley Convention Center- A massive and imposing structure, it can be seen for miles. Built in 2009 on top of an old landfill, the building is now an attraction in itself. More resembling a museum then a convention center it sits across from Greyman Park. Concerts, exhibitions, meetings, a bit of everything comes here- On the second floor is a restaurant, with commanding views of the nearby neighborhood. Northwood Catholic Church- Sitting in Stadium Park subdivision and built in 1799, this church has become a focal point for travelers. I can be seen from the nearby highway as travelers pass though this graceful city. Port Of Ocean Valley- This large port is a main shipping hub for the nation- its not pretty to look at, but it doesn't have to be- Cruise Ships and Cargo Ships come here from the world over to deliver goods and passengers. Aderwood Switch- A massive interchange the Aderwood Switch is the busiest, and most imposing of the cities interchanges- It offers amazing views for those lucky enough to be on the upper decks- views of not only the airport, but of the river and ocean as well. Seems the city knew what it was doing after all. Hope you enjoyed the tour of the new Ocean Valley.
  9. Ocean Valley- A redo

    Sorry for the long hiatus, glitches in game caused me to have to restart again, this time with a more European like layout, with lots of curves in the roads. James Turner Mem. Bvld looking towards the New World Baptist Church. The church itself was completed in 2007, and designed by the firm of Cox and Balls LLC. (ok sounds like the making of a dirty joke), on of the cities best known architectural firms. The white facade makes the building stand out on the road, as you round the curves that make up this road, that takes you towards the coast. The layout clearly showing curvy roads. This is an older part of town, where buildings are closer together then the rest of the city. In this view we are entering the city. The highway is Kings 10, one of the busiest highways in the nation. But then again, when your near the ocean, the roads are bound to be busy. Yes, despite its seaside location trailer parks exist. This one is along K-10 and is one of the smallest trailer parks in the city. Still its a nice place to live, in a quiet part of town despite its highway location. Its close nit and friendly. Another layout view in the older part of town. Lots of curves. You can see the industrial sector in the distance. As you can see the land is a flat prairie, yet it still presents a sort of beauty to it, despite the flat terrain. Would you wanna live here? I know many would. And many do. Hope you enjoyed the newest look to this city on the sea.
  10. Welcome to Eastleigh- This city is cute, quaint and friendly. An amazing atmosphere, this city is beautiful. COMING 2016: GREATMORE SHOPPING CENTER- The newest edition to the city, Greatmore Shopping Center is designed to blend in with the quaint feel of the city- its located behind Windlock Shopping Plaza and next door to Sams Club off Kings 46. It'll feature many prominent places. The main exit into the city, it exits out onto Vickland Bvld, the main North South route on the west end. To the south is industry, but to the north the community shines. Shops line Vickland, showing just another example of the beautiful city. Amazingly designed, this city is designed to please. Windlock Shopping Plaza anchor store- Target, opened in 2012, this Target is a popular shopping place for all your needs. In a nation where Wal-Mart is rare, Target shines clear. Windlock is located on Galdwell Rd running along the mid section of this city. With no defined downtown, Eastleigh keeps its quaint looks, with mostly shopping and homes, and a riverside walking trail, Eastleigh is a must visit location in the Teddy City metro. Hope you enjoyed your look at Eastleigh, a city with a small town feel.
  11. Ocean Valley- A Pretty Place

    This update is dedicated in memory of those lost in Paris- It is with a heavy heart that this update is done. United Sim Nations Presents: Ocean Valley-Pretty Place. In the wake of the tragedy in Paris Ocean Valley has shown its support- City hall featuring a banner in the colors of the French flag. Built in 1607, Ocean Valley was originally a a mansion for the home of Lord George Hurtmare. Upon his death he donated his home to the city, for there use. They chose to use it as city hall. A French Flag adorns a french inspired pillar in the City Hall Round About- the round about is just a couple blocks from City Hall. Inspired by Louis XVI, this noble pillar is a showcase of this remarkable city. Designed by Jean Michel- a Paris born architect, he was commissioned in 1945 to design a World War 2 memorial- this was his design. The plaque thats covered by the flag reads: TO THE ROYAL MILITARY LOST IN WORLD WAR II 1939-1945 Somehow the pillar seems fitting as another memorial. Enough Gloom and Doom- here we show the Stadium Spdi. Always busy, the SPDI is a remarkable exit to the stadium. A Stoplight sits in the center. It was added in 2011 after an accident killed a baseball player as he tried to get through the interchange to head home. It simply added a reminder that the interchange is overly busy after games, and needed to be reworked. Fun in the Sun? Try an amusement park. The city has many attractions for it. This is one of them. This attraction is a major magnet for tourists- Prices are fairly cheap, but the fun of the place is top notch. Featuring an observatory, playground, a couple roller coasters and a Farris wheel, this attraction is a wonderful place to visit. Hope you enjoyed this latest update. See you again soon.
  12. Teddy City- A Tribute to Paris

    Teddy City wishes to express its deepest sympathies to the people of Paris May Paris heal quickly, May the French united, may the world stand by France in there time of need. United SimNations: United with France The Royal Palace shows the colors of France in respect and honor of the lost. Parliament in mourning. Together they stand with the French Vive La France!!! R.I.P. THE WORLD IS WITH YOU. A MESSAGE FROM HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS KING FREDRICK IV TO OUR FRIENDS IN PARIS- WE MOURN FOR YOU. TEDDYLANDERS ARE UNITED WITH YOU. THEY MOURN WITH YOU. OUR GOVERNMENT WISHES TO SEND ITS SYMPATHIES TO YOU. WE UNITED IN YOUR CAUSE. WE ARE UNITED AS 1 NATION. VIVE LA FRANCE!
  13. Ocean Valley- A Tourist Mecca

    A United Sim Nations /journal: Ocean Valley- A tourist Mecca Welcome- Its time to see the tourism of Ocean Valley- while most of the pictures are tourism, 1 shows why its a tourist city to begin with. An old Catholic Church. St Anthony' is on James Turner Mem. Bvld fairly close to the church we showed you the last time. It lies in the Seaview Estates District, This popular tourist site lies in a prime location for those traveling along the ocean. Take me out to the ball game. The city's baseball stadium lies off the highway. Featuring a parking garage and rail station, The stadium is beautiful. Easy to see from the highway, the stadium features a SPUI type exit- one of the newest in the nation. Shoreline Arena. This Convention center overlooks the ocean. Its name is misleading as the area has been filled in to add more land since the structure was built. Completed in 1995, the arena holds conventions on a monthly basis- featuring a restaurant, bar, and open area for conventions, the arena is part of the rich cultural history of this seaside city. Seaview District. Several neighborhoods are tourist mecca's, and this one is one of them. Its reason is location. Quaint homes, wonderful shops, and the arena and Catholic Church make up this district. James Turner Mem. Bvld. You can see the catholic church in this picture. This is the main northern end exit to the road. The always busy road has very little stop lights as a way to ease traffic congestion. It worked. The bend shown is referred to as Northboro Bend. Hope you enjoyed a fresh new look of Ocean Valley.
  14. In The Still Of The Night

    Note: This is a completely new layout from the original- it quit working after the upgrade. For some fun we will show only night shots. Welcome back- today we will look at the city at night- its majestic beauty shows better after dark. Shoreline Drive- Shoreline Drive features a vast area of commerce and a beautiful seaside trail. With lots of places to go 24 hours a day in this city its never dull in this beautiful city. Here we can see people walking along to trail to the right of the image, and cars going down the road. During the day its often crowded, but at night, the coolness brings out more walkers then drivers. A residential neighborhood on a sleepy night. Quiet and peaceful, everyone in there little homes, Ocean Valley residents enjoy life in this home, nights are rewarded with cool weather, and the warm sunshine creates a frantic hustle and bustle within this city. As you can see at night people stay in. Why go out if you don't have to right? The curvy Warmander Road. In this shot we have just gone over the highway into its central business district. Like along the coast this area is still very much alive in the night. same road, different location. Parts of Warmander are straight. The Road curves in and out of different districts, its lined with commerce the whole way, creating a vast area for shopping. This spot is generally a bit more quiet at night as its closer to residential zones then the areas near the highway. The layout of the city as seen after dark. The curved overpass is Warmander Road. you gotta look close of course. Warmander Road and Seaside Drive are seen in this pic of a vast residential area. Warmander and Seaside are the wider roads as they wind there way through. Coming off of them are many narrow streets. These narrow streets are residential areas, where people sleep in peace in this beautiful, coastal city.
  15. A Beginning

    Welcome to Ocean Valley, Zyphone district, Teddyland- located 250 miles north of Teddy City, Ocean Valley is a spectacular city on a seaside plain. Beautiful and well laid out, Ocean Valley is a major tourist hub on Teddyland North Shore Center. Ardbury Street. A former roman road, Ardbury Street consists mainly of commerce and industrial sectors. Often busy, the 6 lane road only remotely resembles its past self. During roman times this was the major north-south trade route, with a town where Ocean Valley now sits. It consisted mainly of a military presence in that time, but by 1790 commerce began to appear. By 1890 it became a wade corridor as you entered into the city's vast west end. coming up the hill from the ocean into a residential area along Shoreland Pkwy and Freeman Street, here we see examples of the cities residential planning at its best. With good schools, great medical and a wonderful police force, Ocean Valley is more the beautiful, its a great place to live and work. A look at residential zoning in the city. Keeping with the roman past, the grid is located near the shore lines before being broken by the twists and turns of the modern planning. Shoreline commerce on Shoreline Pkwy and Hereford Road. Lined with cute little shops, Shoreline Road is the main Oceanside route in town. Stop for a bite to eat in one of the many restaurants and cafes that make up this quaint little part of town. Another look at commerce shows just how quaint the commercial districts really are. This large city is meant to attract tourists, and boy does it show. Keeping its past alive, while looking into the future in a careful balance of old and new architecture.
  16. Welcome back- sorry about the long hiatus- family life became a priority.Anyway I thought I'd show the first glimpse at how downtown Rockville is looking. With simple buildings rather then decorative, Rockville's downtown isn't as well known as Teddy City. The city rail depot- Central Depot is downtown's main site. Its a landmark in the downtown area. Imposingly beautiful, Central Depot is among one of the most recognizable structures in the downtown area. The Rockville Convention Center . Built in 2004, this structure is the first thing you come across as you enter the downtown area. it even features a restaurant that's open to the public 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With exhibitions monthly, its never a dull moment here. Midsized office buildings by the highway. These buildings house professional services such as law or psychiatric services. They are nothing special, but do have there purpose. The general look of downtown. Simple structures, nothing real pretty. They make up the primary employment outside the rail industry. Employing 50,000+ people, downtown is the heart of the city. Hope to show you more soon- bye for now.
  17. Well SC failed again- I again had to restart, so this time I decided to up the ante. I did a creek, and thought I'd show you the part thats been inhabited- its beauty remains. The northern most part of Teddy City, An industry center along the creek- the creek is called Kells Creek. Found in 1234 AD it featured at one point a deep water harbor- today the creek is narrow, and shallow. The harbor was found in 1994 and will be featured in a future update. Residential and Commercial line the creeks banks. The original field remains- Theres a reason for that. In order to keep some of the original beauty in the urban sprawl, the creek must remain as clean and pure as possible. Kingston Bridge- Built in 1934, Kingston Bridge is an example of early road building over the creek. Kingston Pkwy is the main northern route through- a 5 lane road, its no wonder they decided to bridge the creek with this beautiful bridge. Kings 46, The main northern highway in the city, it bridges the gap near Kingston Bridge. This bridge was built in 1976, replacing the old 2 lane bridge from 1933. Well hope you enjoyed.
  18. Kent, Calibearer

    Kent,Calibearer Welcome to Kent Calibearer- located by the city of Asher-On-Calibearer, Kent is a beautiful town with big dreams. A wonderful infrastructure based city, Kent shows it has charm, and beauty all built into 1 city. Midtown Kent- no highrises here- the city forbids highrise construction. Known as the Gasin Commerce Center at Kent, downtown is a mix of shopping centers and small shops. Its exit is here, at the diverging diamond at Villaholt Pkwy. Gasin Commerce Center at a glance. Always busy, Gasin is midtown Kent, again the infrastructure of the city shows clearly, beautifully designed, easy to move around, Kent is a city worth seeing. The future- plenty of building lots are available, here next to a newer Target is a building about to go up- expected to be completed in May,2015, buildings go up fast. Brower Switchover borders the 2 cities of Kent and Asher-On-Calibearer. During rush hour, thousands of people travel through. Not just locals but out of town commuters as well make this road a popular choice for metro area residents. Have a great week, see you again soon.
  19. Disclosure: I am a member of the NAM Associates, and as a member you'll see things that you may not have seen yet. They are test parts and used for test purposes. Teddy City- Residental Overlook Welcome back to Teddy City- this time we will explore many neighborhoods that make up this city. The city is a beautiful city, and has many homes available. The average home price in Teddy City is $575,000 with as low as Welcome back to Teddy City- this time we will explore many neighborhoods that make up this city. The city is a beautiful city, and has many homes available. The average home price in Teddy City is $575,000 with as low as $150,000 for a fixer upper. Minimum wage in the nation is $14.50/hr and a median yearly wage for the city of Teddy City is around $75,000. This makes Teddy City one of the cities with the highest wages but a lower cost of living. 50,000 for a fixer upper. Minimum wage in the nation is Welcome back to Teddy City- this time we will explore many neighborhoods that make up this city. The city is a beautiful city, and has many homes available. The average home price in Teddy City is $575,000 with as low as $150,000 for a fixer upper. Minimum wage in the nation is $14.50/hr and a median yearly wage for the city of Teddy City is around $75,000. This makes Teddy City one of the cities with the highest wages but a lower cost of living. 50/hr and a median yearly wage for the city of Teddy City is around $75,000. This makes Teddy City one of the cities with the highest wages but a lower cost of living. Welshbound Estates- A beautiful area located by Big Grove- a subdivision of working class homes, Welshbound Estates is a beautiful example of life in the city. Beautifully designed, easily seen from the highway, Welshbound Estates is a popular neighborhood for those looking for cheaper homes. Rogers Park- Located along an industrial area, its less popular- still near Big Grove, this subdivision is an example of old style, in a modern world. Both pictures are of Big Grove Subdivision- This middle class suburban area is near the highway and is a popular spot- located in a natural forest area that winds along the highway, Big Grove is a popular spot for those looking for a decent home at fair prices. Developed in 1989 this newer area is high demand. However finding a place to buy in Big Grove is hard to come by. Typical residential designing in Teddy City. Lots of curvy roads, tree lined streets, and beautifully designed homes. The city is beautifully designed, thanks to this style of residential zoning. Until next time- don't forget to comment and rate.
  20. Disclaimer- I am part of the NAM Associates Group and so from time to time you may see things that are not part of the current NAM. They are a test model and are not available for release. Welcome back. Lets continue our shopping trip in the city of Teddy City. As I've said before the nation has no country owned grocery stores, only international stores. One of the most popular: Win-Dixie Located near the Royal palace is the Sheridan at Royal View- overlooking the royal estate, people can see the majestic beauty of the stately royal home from the balconies. Hardrock Cafe of Teddy City- A great place to eat, Hard Rock Teddy City is one of only 2 in the nation. Its popularity in the US lead to its opening here in the capital city. This shopping /center features Target, and is part of a major revitalization project. The Same project brought Hard Rock Cafe to the area. This area was once a bad nieghborhood filled with criminal activity. When Joe Bates became mayor in 1994 he ordered some new looks. It wasn't until current mayor Jim Denicavan took over that the new looks became reality. As of 2014 the area has over come its past and has looked to the future. Well hope to see you again. Bye for now.
  21. A return to CJing.

    DISCLAIMER: I AM A MEMBER OF NAM. AT SOME POINTS YOU MAY SEE UNRELEASED MATERIAL THATS APPROVED FOR SHOWING. IT IS NOT AVALABLE AS OF YET I'm Back- and this time with a new look to Teddy City. In this update I've chosen to show random neighborhoods and showcasing the majesty of this beautiful city. City Limits Park- A multi city owned park, it shares its boundary with Tedsville- The park is the showcase of this neighborhood, and a popular spot to visit. No wonder, its gorgeously designed for everyones tastes. Fulbrook Estates- A 1950s residential neighborhood, Fulbrook Estates has one dominating feature- A TV tower. Located off Kings 95 at the Kingston Pkwy exit ramp. Kingston is the main East/West road on the cities extensive North-end. Kingston Pkwy and the Kingston Woods Mall Commercial area. The mall includes underground parking, and earthquake shelters. These same shelters are used for tornado's. The commercial area was designed in the 1990s as part of a rehabilitation project for the Kingston Woods neighborhood. Today its a reminder of its past, and a popular area for locals and tourists alike. St. James Grove- A 1930s neighborhood on the North-west side of the city. Still along Kingston Pkwy. Today its a mixed middle and upper income area, but just as beautiful as the day it was designed. Hope to see you in the next round. Goodbye for now.
  22. Disclaimer: I am a member of NAM- throughout the CJ you may see things that are unreleased material and are approved for show- Reader now advised. Welcome to Teddy City: Up Next-A Random Look Teddy City is a beautiful pace to live. And what your about to see shows its beauty. Each part of the city is unique to the next, and exploring is the only way to appreciate the city itself. By leaving the highways, a person can get lost but always end up where they started. Royal Grove subdivision- This curvy neighborhood leaves people a bit dizzy. Located near the Royal Palace of King Fredrick the IV and Queen Emma, the neighborhood is a beautiful example of the urban planning the city allows. The Royal residence itself- Called Packwell Palace it was built in 1200AD replacing an old 850AD castle. The Castle began falling into disrepair and need replacement- so the royal family decided to take down the castle and reuse the material on the new palace. After nearly being destroyed in several earthquakes, the royal family decided to retrofit the building- having it raised and placed on a rubber foundation to help the building roll. It was the first building in the city to be retrofitted. The royal family generously offered to bay for other buildings to be retrofitted for earthquakes, taking on 15 different buildings and paying the full cost. One of the newest store in the nation- Target- This one opened in 2011 replacing the old warehouse discount superstore called Kelly's that once stood at the place. Kelly's lasted just 2 years as the shopping center opened in 2009. Target has become popular, and more are planned. Today 25 stores are in Teddyland itself, 7 in the metro area alone. This is a sign that the nations economy is going strong. See you again soon- Don't forget to comment and rate.
  23. Asher-On-Calibearer New hope in a River City Welcome to Kents riverside neighbor. Asher-On-Calibearer. This mixed use city is less attractive then Kent, but its bustling industry gives the city a new hope it didn't previously have. in the 1960s the city began to fail, many homes were vacated as the city began to fail. So the industry has helped the city recover. Downtown Asher-On-Calibearer. Like the rest of the city it began a decline that needed recovery. Nearby lies the main industrial sector, but the mid rise buildings provide commerce and housing for the city's residents to enjoy. A park was added in the 1980s as part of a revitalization project. This shows what a city can do when citizens stay and make it a better place. despite its ugly appearance, this is what revitalized the hopes of the people. A large, imposing industrial mecca. Belching smokestacks, and pollution, this city seems to lack true beauty. But stricter laws are helping revitalize the the city by decreasing pollution, and making the city a cleaner place to live. A newer residential area of the city, it reveals that the city is heading into the future and ready to provide for the economy with plenty of homes and jobs for all. A true masterpiece, this shows that the city is on the right track and ready to continue its climb towards a better tomorrow. See you new time. And check out my SimCityBuffs exclusive CJ- Donrob River Valley at http://simcitybuffs.icyboards.net/showthread.php?tid=263&pid=2392#pid2392.
  24. [align=center][/align] Eastleigh: Border city of Calibearer Sorry for the delay. Had a family emergancy. Hoped to get this out last week. Welcome to the city of Eastleigh. This border city borders Viehie and Calibearer and is to the north-east of Teddy City. What started out as an old farm village for the kings table in 1230AD has become a bustling city of beauty. With lots of parks, this city is a one o a kind city. The original town of Eastleigh. Beautiful, it was once surrounded by farmland. Today its surrounded by city. A look at how the nieghborhoods are arranged within the city. Located along a major highway this example shows how beautifully this city is designed. Belvue Changeover- A beautifully designed interchange, its often packed on workdays. Commuters take this to get downtown, and often find that its a relatively easy commute. The exit into downtown on a workday. Busy, congested and not much fun the city is trying to work on an exit the works. The residents hope that the future holds an easy offramp for this spot. Only time will tell however. Hope you enjoyed. More to come of this city in future updates. Also in a future update is a national map with a 2nd part to the demographics- Still a ways off however.
  25. Colwitten Village: Old Roman Meets New Modern. Teddyland's oldest city, Colwitten Village is originally a roman trading post. The modern city was once part of a roman farm, with the trading post surrounding a road that still exists. The first exit into town, Dowquist Pkwy is a busy street that runs through Tedsville and cities north of Colwitten Village. This main throughfare is beautifully designed, with a mix of residental, commerce and industrial zoning. Downtown- this historic district dates to the 12th century, when the Christian Wars nearly destroyed this town. Only when the Christians won over the Pagans did the town truly thrive. Grasmore Park, This roman inspired park features many gardens, and is a showcase of its past. Popular, beautiful, and above all a mirage in a constant cityscape, Grasmore Park is a wonderful edition to the city. The original roman road remains here on Adelmark Rd. Tress line parts of the road, and its beauty is a remnant of its roman past. An example of neighborhood design within the city, the contemporary European style shows clearly. Many think the city is designed with a confusing, and disorienting layout, but locals love it. So I guess the design is here to stay. See you again soon.

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