Liberty City Evolution
Self-proclaimed center of everything
A bustling commercial/business district full of amazing towering skyscrapers and a varied composition of cultures. Here holds various famous landmarks, such as Star Junction (Time Square), Middle Park (Central Park), and the Rotterdam Tower (Empire State Building). This part of Liberty City is the busiest, most crowded, and has more buildings, skyscrapers, and everything in between. It is the heart of Liberty City. There is a lot of nightlife and clubs. Clubs are Hercules, Maisonette 9 and Bahama Mamas.
The Rotterdam Tower is an Art Deco skyscraper located in Midtown Algonquin, in The Triangle district south of Star Junction. It covers its entire block, bounded by Garnet Street to the south, Frankfort Avenue to the west, Hematite Street to the north and Denver-Exeter Avenue to the east. The Tower consists of 102 floors (including its pinnacle), the 82nd exterior observatory deck being the most famous and open deck on the building.
Morningstar Tower is a skyscraper in the fashionable Hatton Gardens shopping district of Algonquin in Liberty City, and stands at a height of 664 feet. The tower is located on Columbus Ave, and is home to Morningstar Industries.
The Triangle Building
The Triangle Building is a landmark building located in its namesake district The Triangle, Algonquin. The Triangle Building is bordered by Garnet Street to the south, Hematite Street to the north, Burlesque Street to the west, and Columbus Ave to the east, and stands at a height of 285 feet.
Vespuccci University is an American private Ivy League research university. It has top ranks in scientific and research fields, and its graduates are sought after the world over.
Columbus Cathedral is a decorated Neo-Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral church , home to a Bishop.