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Cities: Skylines - The American Dream #9 - Avenue of gas stations, fast food and custom parking

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In episode #9, we move west of Downtown, building some low-density neighbourhoods while mainly focusing on creating realistic looking commercial establishments along the Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue. These developments are themselves rather small, but their footprint is big because of the extensive parking lots attached to them. A pretty typical scenery in many US cities. We also build a manufacturing business, some subsidized apartments and a school.

Music;
TheDiabolicalWaffle - My Wish
Reclaimed - XVII
Inova - Seamonster
LAKEY INSPIRED - Feeling Good

The American Dream follows the city of Crescent, a big, sprawling, segregated and troubled city located along the Atlantic shore of the state of Georgia, USA - south of Savannah, GA, and north of Jacksonville, FL. The series depicts a Cities: Skylines city desperate for inner-city revitalization, crime reduction, urban investments & infrastructure upgrades. Loss of industry, manufacturing jobs and the subsequent white flight, as well as a race riot, took a heavy toll on much of the urban core of Crescent.

The Crescent City Council will be the main catalyst for change, and consists of all those of you willing to take part in the coming votes and thereby help shape the city and it's prospects.

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