It’s development time here in Spacington and we’ve made the jump from small town to big town. To celebrate the small but substantial development, Spacington has designated a few of its own historical buildings.
One of our favourite features in Sim City is the “make historical” option which allows for any building to be designated as heritage. This feature proves to be very similar to the work of heritage preservation acts and allows us to choose particular buildings that we wish to preserve. The home shown above is designated “historical” and is preserved not only architecturally but in its current zoning of high density residential.
Spacington has grown and gained new streets, neighborhoods, and a beach (one of the game’s best options for waterfront use), but our public transit—currently the lone LRT line—is still underutilized. Therefore, we have yet to focus on any new forms of transit until the current system is occupied.
For next week: Strategies on city budget. What are your suggestions?
Where should the funding go? What are the right tax percentages for residential, commercial, industrial?
EDITOR: Want to see previous posts about Spacington? Click on the “Sim City: Spacington” link in the “RELATED” box just below