The city is in the middle, lying between the suburbs and the dens. A bustling place filled with people, cars, stores and bars, the city can seem like a lovely place, depending on where you go; some parts are pretty, with sweet little cafes and parks. Other parts are seedy, with dirty little clubs and hookers on the streets.
The 34th street apartments
34th street is where you’ll find most of the city residents who choose not to follow anyone. There are three separate blocks of apartments on this street alone, so there’s plenty of space for everyone.
Bruno’s is a little corner store that’s been around for as long as anyone can remember. This place stocks most household items so you don’t have to head out to a big supermarket.
La Terre is a sweet little restaurant in the centre of the city, serving up delicious food from all over the world. This is a popular spot for many people within the city, regardless of their allegiance.
The Phillips townhouse
This large townhouse is home to Henry Phillips and his fiancé, Lydia. The two of them spend a lot of time in their decadent house when they’re not busy taking charge of their workers. Occasionally, dinner parties are held by the pair to honour Henry’s handymen.
The loft, situated just a few blocks away from the Phillips townhouse, is where the Honeys and the Chargers make the home. With wide open spaces, plenty of individual bedrooms and everything they could ever need supplied for them by Henry Phillips himself, they couldn’t ask for anywhere better.
The Honey Pot is the city’s number one burlesque club, owned by Lydia Hart and filled with her beautiful dancing girls. Whilst they’re advertised as burlesque performers, the Honey girls will do anything they’re asked so long as the price is right… and it almost always is.
The Spot is a popular little bar near to the Honey Pot, frequented by many of the Chargers in their downtime.
The Lowe townhouse
This small townhouse lies across the street from the Kingsley apartment block, and is the home and offices of Travis Lowe and his band of Riders.
All of the Riders live within this apartment block, some in groups and others on their own.
The Eddison Bar
This dive is popular amongst Travis Lowe’s handymen, but not many others. It’s dark and dingy,
Run by the smooth-talking Mac, this place is slowly catching up with the popularity of the Honey Pot because it doesn’t just focus on a male audience. The girls and boys here aren’t labelled as performers – they’re simply known as providers. If you want something, they’ll give it to you, and Mac takes care of everyone.