Districts of New Calais
The Public and Financial center of the city.
Named after the Talbot family Estate, Cornish Park is home to the wealthiest and most powerful citizens.
Named after the Sheridan Family’s ancestral estate, Green Lawn is a working class neighborhood to the south of the city. It is also the source of the city’s cocaine and marijuana trade.
A small town absorbed into the city only recently, Midland, despite its crime problem, still feels like a small town in the middle of a big city.
Named after the Northridge Industrial Park that employs so much of the city, Northridge is actually a conglomeration of a number of smaller communities annexed by the city at the turn of the 20th century.
The oldest part of the city and home to its most prestigious citizenry.
A suburb of New Calais founded just over the Mississippi River, Overbend is the home of the city’s Korea Town and its sizable jewish population.
Is, in a lot of ways, the city’s heart, as well as source of tourism.
The University’s Campus and the businesses that thrive off of it’s students. College Town citizens oft complain that they want to separate themselves from the rest of the city.
Old Calais’ destitute sibling, West Clay’s the poorest and most dangerous of New Calais’ districts.
The Swamplands and beyond.