A large, high class district in the western part of the Fusion City downtown. Tightly Packed with highrises, upper class residental neighborhoods and corporate installations, Volgan Park is a good place to live and work.
DescriptionThe central parts of Volgan Park are so tightly stacked with tall, glass highrises that the view from the street is more akin to a glass-lined maze than a city district. Like most downtown districts, Volgan Park is packed with neon advertisements, commercial ventures and every pleasure under the sun. You can't walk 20 meters without getting blasted by some form ad, usually accompanied by it loudly shouting your name, reading it off of your ID-tag.
Getting around Volgan Park is relatively simple as most roads are built with pedestrian overpasses and the Interrail has several stations throughout the district.
DemographicsVolgan Park is a high class district where apartment prices are as sky high as the buildings. If you're going to live in Volgan Park, you better have an income to support it. Most service are also more expensive here. They know where they are and they have the sense to demand prices accordingly. As a result of the heinous prices, Volgan Park is populated almost exclusively by B2+ citizens. They are the only people who are able to afford the extravagant living.
Available ServicesBeing a downtown district close to the city center most everything you can imagine is available in terms of services. You have plenty of posh restaurants, cheap takeout joints, bars, night clubs, brothels, sensomats and luxury stores. As previously mentioned, getting around is real easy with ready access to public transport, thousands of cabs and a lot of Volgan Park residents also have cars of their own. Traffic can sometimes get a bit hectic, but it's manageable.
Corporate InterestsWith close access to Central Rise and tens of thousands of well-educated citizens, Volgan Park is full of corporate headquarters, offices, research and development facilites and sales offices. One of the larger corporations to house most of their important facilities in Volgan Park is the Mgwele Conglomerate. In particular, their subsidiary Mgwele Neurologics have their headquarters in central Volgan Park, in an ostentatious, gold-coloured glass pyramid.
Fusion City is the world's only surviving megacity. A colossal, domed city built in three levels, housing over a hundred million people.
Downtown is a collection of high class districts near and around Central Rise.