Descs

Kings Point

KP01: McArthur Street and Calais Street

The streets of Kings Point are much tidier and far more landscaped than those of the lower neighborhoods. Streets are without potholes and look to receive a frequent sweeping despite the distance of the neighborhood from the ocean. Sidewalks are wide and welcoming to foot traffic, complete with heavy wrought-iron benches and decorative streetlights.

Storefronts are just as well kept as the streets and their window displays relay as much thought toward physical appearance as the men and women that shop in them. The word 'sale' is not really in the vocabulary of the income rich community, so their advertisement is minimal and often displayed in diminutive little signs in the lower corner of a shops window.

  • A speed limit of 20 is enforced.
  • This street is lined in small but upscale fashion boutiques.
  • Shoppers are much trendier and the smell of big money is in the air.

Locations

KP02: McArthur Street and Newhart Street

The streets of Kings Point are much tidier and far more landscaped than those of the lower neighborhoods. Streets are without potholes and look to receive a frequent sweeping despite the distance of the neighborhood from the ocean. Sidewalks are wide and welcoming to foot traffic, complete with heavy wrought-iron benches and decorative streetlights.

Storefronts are just as well kept as the streets and their window displays relay as much thought toward physical appearance as the men and women that shop in them. The word 'sale' is not really in the vocabulary of the income rich community, so their advertisement is minimal and often displayed in diminutive little signs in the lower corner of a shops window.

These streets are places of comfort and beauty, tucked within the Northern district of Lantern Hill. The streets here are narrower than anywhere else in the city, with carefully pruned swaths of greenery and perfectly cared for Palms lining the center medians. Businesses here are more upper-class, including law firms, high end retail and of course prestigious government buildings.

  • A speed limit of 20 is enforced.
  • Shoppers are much trendier and the smell of big money is in the air.

Locations

  • The Black Orchid

KP03: McArthur Street and Chardonnay Street

The streets of Kings Point are much tidier and far more landscaped than those of the lower neighborhoods. Streets are without potholes and look to receive a frequent sweeping despite the distance of the neighborhood from the ocean. Sidewalks are wide and welcoming to foot traffic, complete with heavy wrought-iron benches and decorative streetlights.

Storefronts are not the only establishments along this city block. Small coffee shops and eateries pop up farther to the east of Kings Point, but this street seems to be their birth place and many of the eateries here proudly proclaim 'the first ever' or 'best in the city'. Their window displays and storefronts relay as much thought toward physical appearance as the men and women that visit them.

  • A speed limit of 20 is enforced.
  • Locals are much trendier and the smell of big money is in the air.
  • The scent of freshly brewed coffee is heavy on the air here.

Locations

  • The Wintergreen Cafe

KP04: Cornell Street and Calais Street

The streets of Kings Point are much tidier and far more landscaped than those of the lower neighborhoods. Streets are without potholes and look to receive a frequent sweeping despite the distance of the neighborhood from the ocean. Sidewalks are wide and welcoming to foot traffic, complete with heavy wrought-iron benches and decorative streetlights.

Storefronts and eateries are more frequent to the northeast, but they occasionally pop up along this stretch of street. The dominate feature here is Kings Point Park, a fenced in swath of green grass and carefully pruned trees perfect for dog walkers and cautious joggers alike. Also here linning the opposing side of the street are the stone walls that encase Mayfield Prep, the neighborhoods most elite private academy.

  • A speed limit of 20 is enforced.
  • The wrought-iron fence of Kings Point Park lines the sidewalk.

Locations

  • Kings Point Park
  • Mayfield Academy

KP05: Cornell Street and Newhart Street

The streets of Kings Point are much tidier and far more landscaped than those of the lower neighborhoods. Streets are without potholes and look to receive a frequent sweeping despite the distance of the neighborhood from the ocean. Sidewalks are wide and welcoming to foot traffic, complete with heavy wrought-iron benches and decorative streetlights.

Foot and street traffic are both thicker here than most of the neighborhood. Acting as a gateway between Kings Point and Midtown, the Bradford Street runs to the south and is constantly humming with activity.

  • A speed limit of 20 is enforced.
  • The wrought-iron fence of Kings Point Park lines the sidewalk.

Locations

  • Sea Breeze Spa

KP06: Cornell Street and Chardonnay Street

The streets of Kings Point are much tidier and far more landscaped than those of the lower neighborhoods. Streets are without potholes and look to receive a frequent sweeping despite the distance of the neighborhood from the ocean. Sidewalks are wide and welcoming to foot traffic, complete with heavy wrought-iron benches and decorative streetlights.

Storefronts and eateries are less frequent in this small corner of Kings Point. Instead of storefronts and scent of coffee and tea, there is a heavier residential influence here. The street is lined by occasional gated entryways that deliver visitors to the homes of Lantern Hill's bold and beautiful crowd. Many are kept security gated during the day and require a key-code to gain entry.

  • A speed limit of 20 is enforced.
  • The gates of Glenmaura Heights see a steady flow of traffic.
  • Real-Estate signs are posted near many residential gates.

Locations

  • Glenmaura Heights

KP07: Chardonnay Street

The streets of Kings Point are much tidier and far more landscaped than those of the lower neighborhoods. Streets are without potholes and look to receive a frequent sweeping despite the distance of the neighborhood from the ocean. Sidewalks are wide and welcoming to foot traffic, complete with heavy wrought-iron benches and decorative streetlights.

Tucked in the far corner of Kings Point, this piece of the neighborhood is mostly undeveloped. There are no shops or stores, though there appear to be the possibility in the future for industrious minds. For now the country club rests at the end of this dead-end street, undisturbed by the rest of Lantern Hill.

  • A speed limit of 20 is enforced.
  • The wrought-iron fence of Kings Point Park lines the sidewalk.

Locations

  • Sunset Tides Country Club

Midtown

MT01: Prospect Street and Westminster Street

Entering into Midtown from any other neighborhood in Lantern Hill is like stepping out of the suburbs into the heart of some thriving metropolitan mega-city. Gone are the quaint, landscapes medians running between street lanes. Instead streets widen to four lanes which see very sparse breaks between floods of traffic.

Sidewalks are still wide, but only to accommodate the heavy foot traffic needed here. Often the sidewalks are crowded with business people, many talking loudly into their phones to try and drown out the hum of the streets. The wrought-iron benches have been replaced with bus stop benches, complete with a plaster of posters from missing persons to upcoming shows in Little Boho.

The buildings are different here as well. Reaching well beyond the two and three floor norm of the rest of Lantern Hill, these office buildings stretch towards the heavens in displays of metal and glass wonderment and power. There are no mom and pop businesses here, instead the area is home to larger branches of the business world such as lawyers, corporate headquarters and many medical facilities.

  • Businesses people hurry along the sidewalk.
  • Cart vendors try to cash in on short lunch breaks.
  • People crowd around bus stops and hail cabs.

Locations

  • 1st National Bank

MT02: Prospect Street and Bradford Street

Entering into Midtown from any other neighborhood in Lantern Hill is like stepping out of the suburbs into the heart of some thriving metropolitan mega-city. Gone are the quaint, landscapes medians running between street lanes. Instead streets widen to four lanes which see very sparse breaks between floods of traffic.

Sidewalks are still wide, but only to accommodate the heavy foot traffic needed here. Often the sidewalks are crowded with business people, many talking loudly into their phones to try and drown out the hum of the streets. The wrought-iron benches have been replaced with bus stop benches, complete with a plaster of posters from missing persons to upcoming shows in Little Boho.

The buildings are different here as well. Reaching well beyond the two and three floor norm of the rest of Lantern Hill, these office buildings stretch towards the heavens in displays of metal and glass wonderment and power. There are no mom and pop businesses here, instead the area is home to larger branches of the business world such as lawyers, corporate headquarters and many medical facilities.

  • To the north King Point is visible.
  • Businesses people hurry along the sidewalk.
  • Cart vendors try to cash in on short lunch breaks.
  • People crowd around bus stops and hail cabs.

Locations

MT03: Prospect Street and Windsor Street

Entering into Midtown from any other neighborhood in Lantern Hill is like stepping out of the suburbs into the heart of some thriving metropolitan mega-city. Gone are the quaint, landscapes medians running between street lanes. Instead streets widen to four lanes which see very sparse breaks between floods of traffic.

Sidewalks are still wide, but only to accommodate the heavy foot traffic needed here. Often the sidewalks are crowded with business people, many talking loudly into their phones to try and drown out the hum of the streets. The wrought-iron benches have been replaced with bus stop benches, complete with a plaster of posters from missing persons to upcoming shows in Little Boho.

The buildings are different here as well, though they are less towering and instead consist mostly of government buildings and facilities. Police cars have a constant presence here as you get closer to city hall and the PD headquarters. In the near distance the hospital can be seen and the sound of ambulance sirens holds a consistent presence as well.

  • To the north King Point is visible.
  • Police cruisers travel to and from the police station.
  • People crowd around bus stops and hail cabs.

Locations

  • Lantern Hill City Hall
  • Lantern Hill Police Department
  • Somerset Medical Center

MT04: Wahl Street and Westminster Street

Entering into Midtown from any other neighborhood in Lantern Hill is like stepping out of the suburbs into the heart of some thriving metropolitan mega-city. Gone are the quaint, landscapes medians running between street lanes. Instead streets widen to four lanes which see very sparse breaks between floods of traffic.

Sidewalks are still wide, but only to accommodate the heavy foot traffic needed here. Often the sidewalks are crowded with business people, many talking loudly into their phones to try and drown out the hum of the streets. The wrought-iron benches have been replaced with bus stop benches, complete with a plaster of posters from missing persons to upcoming shows in Little Boho.

Taking a break from the high rise buildings and the towers of metal and glass, this small portion of Midtown is devotes mostly to 'comfort and living'. Though still buzzing with energy and motion, this block consists of restaurants and hotels.

  • People hurry along the sidewalk.
  • People crowd around bus stops and hail cabs.
  • The scent of spices and fresh cooking linger in the air.

Locations

  • Sealine Hotel

MT05: Wahl Street and Bradford Street

Entering into Midtown from any other neighborhood in Lantern Hill is like stepping out of the suburbs into the heart of some thriving metropolitan mega-city. Gone are the quaint, landscapes medians running between street lanes. Instead streets widen to four lanes which see very sparse breaks between floods of traffic.

Sidewalks are still wide, but only to accommodate the heavy foot traffic needed here. Often the sidewalks are crowded with business people, many talking loudly into their phones to try and drown out the hum of the streets. The wrought-iron benches have been replaced with bus stop benches, complete with a plaster of posters from missing persons to upcoming shows in Little Boho.

Taking a break from the high rise buildings and the towers of metal and glass to the north, this small portion of Midtown is devotes mostly to 'comfort and living'. Though still buzzing with energy and motion, this block consists of restaurants, hotels and the single high rise apartment building Empire Tower.

  • People hurry along the sidewalk.
  • People crowd around bus stops and hail cabs.

Locations

  • Empire Tower

East Bay

EB01: Locust Street and Fulton Street

Leaving behind the almost hyper buzz of Midtown, the streets of East Bay do not fail to shock unprepared eyes with their inarguably stock contrast to the big-money high rises and fancy restaurants. The streets of East Bay are gritty and worn, a perfect compliment to the much older buildings that rise no more than three stories overhead.

Sidewalks are narrow and aged, and more often than not cracked so badly that they pose a tripping hazard to the unobservant. Bus stops are covered but their cubicles are coated in a thick layer of flyers and posters, some aged as far back as 2001.

  • In the near distance the high-rises of Midtown can be seen.
  • The buildings windows remain dirty but their doors still seeing traffic.

Locations

  • Go Mart
  • Del Taco

EB02: Locust Street and Tanglewood Street

Leaving behind the almost hyper buzz of Midtown, the streets of East Bay do not fail to shock unprepared eyes with their inarguably stock contrast to the big-money high rises and fancy restaurants. The streets of East Bay are gritty and worn, a perfect compliment to the much older buildings that rise no more than three stories overhead.

Sidewalks are narrow and aged, and more often than not cracked so badly that they pose a tripping hazard to the unobservant. Bus stops are covered but their cubicles are coated in a thick layer of flyers and posters, some aged as far back as 2001. There is little to catch the eye here, though it is hard to ignore the high chain-link fencing that encloses Wicham Park.

  • In the near distance the high-rises of Midtown can be seen.
  • The buildings windows remain dirty but their doors still seeing traffic.
  • Chain-link stretches down the sidewalk, closing in the park.

Locations

  • Wicham Park
  • Rosemount Suites

EB03: Locust Street and Canal Street

Leaving behind the almost hyper buzz of Midtown, the streets of East Bay do not fail to shock unprepared eyes with their inarguably stock contrast to the big-money high rises and fancy restaurants. The streets of East Bay are gritty and worn, a perfect compliment to the much older buildings that rise no more than three stories overhead.

Sidewalks are narrow and aged, and more often than not cracked so badly that they pose a tripping hazard to the unobservant. Bus stops are covered but their cubicles are coated in a thick layer of flyers and posters, some aged as far back as 2001. Toward the east one can make Piers, a large sign standing at the gates of the bay reading "East Bay Shipyard", thought he painted lettering has long since faded.

  • In the near distance the high-rises of Midtown can be seen.
  • The buildings windows remain dirty but their doors still seeing traffic.
  • The heavy scent of the sea clings to the air here.
  • The faint groaning of the piers and ships are near constant.

Locations

  • East Bay Shipyard

EB04: Valley Street and Fulton Street

Leaving behind the almost hyper buzz of Midtown, the streets of East Bay do not fail to shock unprepared eyes with their inarguably stock contrast to the big-money high rises and fancy restaurants. The streets of East Bay are gritty and worn, a perfect compliment to the much older buildings that rise no more than three stories overhead.

Sidewalks are narrow and aged, and more often than not cracked so badly that they pose a tripping hazard to the unobservant. Bus stops are covered but their cubicles are coated in a thick layer of flyers and posters, some aged as far back as 2001. Here the one pleasant sight on the block is that of the Community Garden, a large project tarted by Lantern Hills youth to bring a little beauty to and old, neglected lot.

  • In the near distance the high-rises of Midtown can be seen.
  • The buildings windows remain dirty but their doors still seeing traffic.
  • The community garden is a popular and well-kept sight here.

Locations

  • East Bay Community Garden
  • Ralph's Garage

EB05: Valley Street and Tanglewood Street

Leaving behind the almost hyper buzz of Midtown, the streets of East Bay do not fail to shock unprepared eyes with their inarguably stock contrast to the big-money high rises and fancy restaurants. The streets of East Bay are gritty and worn, a perfect compliment to the much older buildings that rise no more than three stories overhead.

Sidewalks are narrow and aged, and more often than not cracked so badly that they pose a tripping hazard to the unobservant. Bus stops are covered but their cubicles are coated in a thick layer of flyers and posters, some aged as far back as 2001.

As the heart of East Bay, streets meet here in a large four-way intersection. making this one of the better places for businesses to garner a little more traffic. There is more foot traffic here, as well and though there is more traffic much of it zooms by a bit faster than the recommended 25 mph.

  • In the near distance the high-rises of Midtown can be seen.
  • The buildings windows remain dirty but their doors still seeing traffic.
  • Traffic is thicker here at the intersection of all four main streets.
  • The sidewalks see more foot traffic than most.

Locations

  • Valley Street Laundromat
  • Lenny's Pawnshop
  • Lantern Liquor

EB06: Valley Street and Canal Street

Leaving behind the almost hyper buzz of Midtown, the streets of East Bay do not fail to shock unprepared eyes with their inarguably stock contrast to the big-money high rises and fancy restaurants. The streets of East Bay are gritty and worn, a perfect compliment to the much older buildings that rise no more than three stories overhead.

Sidewalks are narrow and aged, and more often than not cracked so badly that they pose a tripping hazard to the unobservant. Bus stops are covered but their cubicles are coated in a thick layer of flyers and posters, some aged as far back as 2001.

Running along the east side of the street, the ocean is separated by a shallow levee, allowing those that travel along the street to gaze out at the dark waters. Buildings are only located on the west side of the street, providing shop owners with the same view, but also the added problem of gulls and the spray of saltwater that is almost constantly present. Club X, the areas only nigh-spot, rests suspected on stilts over the waters.

  • In the near distance the high-rises of Midtown can be seen.
  • The buildings windows remain dirty but their doors still seeing traffic.
  • Gulls fly in small clusters overhead.
  • At night, the music of Club X echoes across the waves.

Locations

  • Club X
  • The Sunset Motel

EB07: Glenwood Street and Fulton Street

Leaving behind the almost hyper buzz of Midtown, the streets of East Bay do not fail to shock unprepared eyes with their inarguably stock contrast to the big-money high rises and fancy restaurants. The streets of East Bay are gritty and worn, a perfect compliment to the much older buildings that rise no more than three stories overhead.

Sidewalks are narrow and aged, and more often than not cracked so badly that they pose a tripping hazard to the unobservant. Bus stops are covered but their cubicles are coated in a thick layer of flyers and posters, some aged as far back as 2001.

The entrance to Coconut Estates branches off this street, carrying traffic toward a series of rather dejected government housing projects that make up the bulk of the neighborhoods residential homes.

  • In the near distance the high-rises of Midtown can be seen.
  • The buildings windows remain dirty but their doors still seeing traffic.

Locations

  • Abandoned Lot
  • Coconut Estates

EB08: Glenwood Street and Tanglewood Street

Leaving behind the almost hyper buzz of Midtown, the streets of East Bay do not fail to shock unprepared eyes with their inarguably stock contrast to the big-money high rises and fancy restaurants. The streets of East Bay are gritty and worn, a perfect compliment to the much older buildings that rise no more than three stories overhead.

Sidewalks are narrow and aged, and more often than not cracked so badly that they pose a tripping hazard to the unobservant. Bus stops are covered but their cubicles are coated in a thick layer of flyers and posters, some aged as far back as 2001.

  • The buildings windows remain dirty but their doors still seeing traffic.
  • Suspicious characters linger near alleys and street corners.

Locations

Little BoHo

LB01: Sycamore Street and Augusta Street

The streets east of South Beach are no less lively but they are much more colorful. Made up prominently of brown stones, charming storefronts and hipster-inspired restaurants and cafes, Little Boho is a neighborhood attuned to the more creative and bohemian crowds.

Being one of the trendiest areas of Lantern Hill, Little Boho is also one of the oldest. The streets are brick, aged but kept in good repair by the cities historical society,with wide sidewalks and old-fashioned storefront that have been updated and added a little artistic flair. Many of the buildings and alleyways here boast loud murals by local artists.

This street is the gateway between the more deject neighborhood of East Bay and Little BoHo. For this reason may of the businesses here cater to a mixed population. A few check cashing places and a high-end pawn shop reside here, along with a small eatery for subs.

  • Sidewalks are usually lacked with teens after school lets out.
  • College students linger in cafes.

Locations

LB02: Sycamore Street and Canterbury Street

The streets east of South Beach are no less lively but they are much more colorful. Made up prominently of brown stones, charming storefronts and hipster-inspired restaurants and cafes, Little Boho is a neighborhood attuned to the more creative and bohemian crowds.

Being one of the trendiest areas of Lantern Hill, Little Boho is also one of the oldest. The streets are brick, aged but kept in good repair by the cities historical society,with wide sidewalks and old-fashioned storefront that have been updated and added a little artistic flair. Many of the buildings and alleyways here boast loud murals by local artists.

businesses flock toward this street of Little BoHo. Facing the ocean to the east, these shops primary play into the beach life and sell a variety of things from sunshades to swimsuits and surfboards. The street is separated from the ocean by a simple wooden fence, put in place to protect locals from the steep drop of five feet where the rough waters have washed away any hope of a beach. Many street performers frequent this strip of street, from dancers to singers. This is a rather lively street to enjoy on weekends.

  • Sidewalks are usually lacked with teens after school lets out.
  • College students linger in cafes.
  • Many shops display loud advertisements for beach gear.
  • Street performers entertain locals, hoping for a spare buck or two.

Locations

  • Culture Corner

LB03: Grand Street

The streets east of South Beach are no less lively but they are much more colorful. Made up prominently of brown stones, charming storefronts and hipster-inspired restaurants and cafes, Little Boho is a neighborhood attuned to the more creative and bohemian crowds.

Being one of the trendiest areas of Lantern Hill, Little Boho is also one of the oldest. The streets are brick, aged but kept in good repair by the cities historical society,with wide sidewalks and old-fashioned storefront that have been updated and added a little artistic flair. Many of the buildings and alleyways here boast loud murals by local artists.

  • Sidewalks are usually lacked with teens after school lets out.
  • College students linger in cafes.

Locations

  • Ms. B's Apothecary Shop

LB05: Grand Street and Augusta Street

The streets east of South Beach are no less lively but they are much more colorful. Made up prominently of brown stones, charming storefronts and hipster-inspired restaurants and cafes, Little Boho is a neighborhood attuned to the more creative and bohemian crowds.

Being one of the trendiest areas of Lantern Hill, Little Boho is also one of the oldest. The streets are brick, aged but kept in good repair by the cities historical society,with wide sidewalks and old-fashioned storefront that have been updated and added a little artistic flair. Many of the buildings and alleyways here boast loud murals by local artists.

  • Sidewalks are usually lacked with teens after school lets out.
  • College students linger in cafes.

Locations

  • Augusta Street Lofts

LB06: Grand Street and Canterbury Street

The streets east of South Beach are no less lively but they are much more colorful. Made up prominently of brown stones, charming storefronts and hipster-inspired restaurants and cafes, Little Boho is a neighborhood attuned to the more creative and bohemian crowds.

Being one of the trendiest areas of Lantern Hill, Little Boho is also one of the oldest. The streets are brick, aged but kept in good repair by the cities historical society,with wide sidewalks and old-fashioned storefront that have been updated and added a little artistic flair. Many of the buildings and alleyways here boast loud murals by local artists.

businesses flock toward this street of Little BoHo. Facing the ocean to the east, these shops primary play into the beach life and sell a variety of things from sunshades to swimsuits and surfboards. The street is separated from the ocean by a simple wooden fence, put in place to protect locals from the steep drop of five feet where the rough waters have washed away any hope of a beach. Many street performers frequent this strip of street, from dancers to singers. This is a rather lively street to enjoy on weekends.

  • Sidewalks are usually lacked with teens after school lets out.
  • College students linger in cafes.
  • Many shops display loud advertisements for beach gear.
  • Street performers entertain locals, hoping for a spare buck or two.

Locations

  • The Body Shop

South Beach

SB01: Pearl Street and Highland Street

The most southern reaches of Lantern Hill make up the much loved neighborhood of South Beach. Home to the cities best beaches and shopping alike, South Beach's southern borders are rimmed in thick white sand and beautiful blue waters. Regardless of the season, this part of the city is a hive of activity and though there are plenty of adults to be seen, this section is visited by many of the cities youth.

Streets are a mix of residential buildings, shops and restaurants and seems to have little in the way of organization. Streets are divided by strips of green grass and carefully pruned palms. Sidewalks are wide to accommodate the crowds and parking lots can be found along the streets to aid in the overabundance of traffic during peak tourist seasons.

  • Sidewalks are just as sandy as the streets.
  • Lantern-like streetlights line the sidewalks path.
  • There are few street lining businesses here.

Locations

  • Red Cliff Bed and Breakfast
  • West Shore Beach
  • Red Lantern Gifts

SB02: Pearl Street and Euclid Street

The most southern reaches of Lantern Hill make up the much loved neighborhood of South Beach. Home to the cities best beaches and shopping alike, South Beach's southern borders are rimmed in thick white sand and beautiful blue waters. Regardless of the season, this part of the city is a hive of activity and though there are plenty of adults to be seen, this section is visited by many of the cities youth.

Streets are a mix of residential buildings, shops and restaurants and seems to have little in the way of organization. Streets are divided by strips of green grass and carefully pruned palms. Sidewalks are wide to accommodate the crowds and parking lots can be found along the streets to aid in the overabundance of traffic during peak tourist seasons.

  • Sidewalks are just as sandy as the streets.
  • Lantern-like streetlights line the sidewalks path.
  • There are few street lining businesses here.

Locations

  • North Shore High
  • New Leaf Deli

SB03: Pearl Street and Fairview Street

The most southern reaches of Lantern Hill make up the much loved neighborhood of South Beach. Home to the cities best beaches and shopping alike, South Beach's southern borders are rimmed in thick white sand and beautiful blue waters. Regardless of the season, this part of the city is a hive of activity and though there are plenty of adults to be seen, this section is visited by many of the cities youth.

Streets are a mix of residential buildings, shops and restaurants and seems to have little in the way of organization. Streets are divided by strips of green grass and carefully pruned palms. Sidewalks are wide to accommodate the crowds and parking lots can be found along the streets to aid in the overabundance of traffic during peak tourist seasons.

The entrance of Faircrest Court can be found here, leading traffic and visitors into the small residential community.

  • Sidewalks are just as sandy as the streets.
  • Lantern-like streetlights line the sidewalks path.
  • There are few street lining businesses here.

Locations

  • Faircrest Court

SB04: Sunset Street and Highland Street

The most southern reaches of Lantern Hill make up the much loved neighborhood of South Beach. Home to the cities best beaches and shopping alike, South Beach's southern borders are rimmed in thick white sand and beautiful blue waters. Regardless of the season, this part of the city is a hive of activity and though there are plenty of adults to be seen, this section is visited by many of the cities youth.

Streets are a mix of residential buildings, shops and restaurants and seems to have little in the way of organization. Streets are divided by strips of green grass and carefully pruned palms. Sidewalks are wide to accommodate the crowds and parking lots can be found along the streets to aid in the overabundance of traffic during peak tourist seasons.

This particular street is bordered to the south by the beaches, placing most places of business beachfront. Streets here are thick with sand, though somehow, thanks to the hard work of the city, the streets are kept swept often enough that most cars have no problems.

  • Sidewalks are just as sandy as the streets.
  • The beaches are to the south.
  • The scent of the ocean is heavy here.

Locations

  • West Public Beach
  • Suicide Park
  • Tri-Force Gaming

SB05: Sunset Street and Euclid Street

The most southern reaches of Lantern Hill make up the much loved neighborhood of South Beach. Home to the cities best beaches and shopping alike, South Beach's southern borders are rimmed in thick white sand and beautiful blue waters. Regardless of the season, this part of the city is a hive of activity and though there are plenty of adults to be seen, this section is visited by many of the cities youth.

Streets are a mix of residential buildings, shops and restaurants and seems to have little in the way of organization. Streets are divided by strips of green grass and carefully pruned palms. Sidewalks are wide to accommodate the crowds and parking lots can be found along the streets to aid in the overabundance of traffic during peak tourist seasons.

This particular street is bordered to the south by the beaches, placing most places of business beachfront. Streets here are thick with sand, though somehow, thanks to the hard work of the city, the streets are kept swept often enough that most cars have no problems.

  • Sidewalks are just as sandy as the streets.
  • The beaches are to the south.
  • The scent of the ocean is heavy here.

Locations

  • Public Beach
  • The Surf Shop
  • Surfside Apartments

SB06: Sunset Street and Fairview Street

The most southern reaches of Lantern Hill make up the much loved neighborhood of South Beach. Home to the cities best beaches and shopping alike, South Beach's southern borders are rimmed in thick white sand and beautiful blue waters. Regardless of the season, this part of the city is a hive of activity and though there are plenty of adults to be seen, this section is visited by many of the cities youth.

Streets are a mix of residential buildings, shops and restaurants and seems to have little in the way of organization. Streets are divided by strips of green grass and carefully pruned palms. Sidewalks are wide to accommodate the crowds and parking lots can be found along the streets to aid in the overabundance of traffic during peak tourist seasons.

This particular street is bordered to the south by the beaches, placing most places of business beachfront. Streets here are thick with sand, though somehow, thanks to the hard work of the city, the streets are kept swept often enough that most cars have no problems. To the east the streets change as Little BoHo begins while the entrance to South Beaches Boardwalk dominates the area.

  • Sidewalks are just as sandy as the streets.
  • The beaches are to the south.
  • The scent of the ocean is heavy here.

Locations

  • South Beaches Boardwalk
    • Pacific Records
    • Ricky's Ribs and Wings
    • Threads Boutique
  • The Ice Box
  • South Beach Marina

West Bay

WB01: Old York Street and Linden Street

Slipping to the west into West Bay, one immediately feels the city fall away as restaurants and businesses are slowly replaced by basic roadways and industrial structures. There are no residential communities here, though over the years a few people have attempted to flip a warehouses into loft spaces for rent. The ascetic, thus far, had tended to turn people away. To the south one can hear the West Bay Shipyard.

The air is hung with the heavy smell of the sea, and while the sent is refreshing farther to the east, here in West Bay the smell manages to be almost stagnate.

The warehouses rise up along this block, clustered in small lots separated out by chain-link fencing, their windows darkened with years of seasalt and filth. Bums and other lost souls linger in small corners of the neighborhood around burning trashcans and emptied out structures.

Locations

  • Linden Street Storage Yard

WB02: Old York Street and Elm Street

Slipping to the west into West Bay, one immediately feels the city fall away as restaurants and businesses are slowly replaced by basic roadways and industrial structures. There are no residential communities here, though over the years a few people have attempted to flip a warehouses into loft spaces for rent. The ascetic, thus far, had tended to turn people away. To the south one can hear the West Bay Shipyard.

The air is hung with the heavy smell of the sea, and while the sent is refreshing farther to the east, here in West Bay the smell manages to be almost stagnate.

The warehouses rise up along this block, clustered in small lots separated out by chain-link fencing, their windows darkened with years of seasalt and filth. Bums and other lost souls linger in small corners of the neighborhood around burning trashcans and emptied out structures.

Locations

WB03: Ridge Street and Linden Street

Slipping to the west into West Bay, one immediately feels the city fall away as restaurants and businesses are slowly replaced by basic roadways and industrial structures. There are no residential communities here, though over the years a few people have attempted to flip a warehouses into loft spaces for rent. The ascetic, thus far, had tended to turn people away. To the south one can hear the West Bay Shipyard.

The air is hung with the heavy smell of the sea, and while the sent is refreshing farther to the east, here in West Bay the smell manages to be almost stagnate.

The warehouses rise up along this block, clustered in small lots separated out by chain-link fencing, their windows darkened with years of seasalt and filth. Bums and other lost souls linger in small corners of the neighborhood around burning trashcans and emptied out structures.

Locations

WB04: Ridge Street and Elm Street

Slipping to the west into West Bay, one immediately feels the city fall away as restaurants and businesses are slowly replaced by basic roadways and industrial structures. There are no residential communities here, though over the years a few people have attempted to flip a warehouses into loft spaces for rent. The ascetic, thus far, had tended to turn people away. To the south of the road rests the start of the West Bay Shipyard.

The air is hung with the heavy smell of the sea, and while the sent is refreshing farther to the east, here in West Bay the smell manages to be almost stagnate.

The warehouses rise to the north of this street, their windows darkened with years of seasalt and filth. Occasionally trucks pass by carrying dock workers to and from their jobs, while bums and other lost souls linger in small corners of the neighborhood around burning trashcans and emptied out structures.

Locations

  • West Bay Shipyard
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