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"Demolition Alley" Series - Under Construction

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Uploaded: 8th Jul 2009 at 2:26 PM
Updated: 8th Jul 2009 at 9:09 PM - Spelling and stuff
"Demolition Alley" Series
This is a series of warehouse and industrial type buildings, they are all residential lots so they are designed to be functional houses at the core but I am trying to retain as much of a warehouse / industrial theme as possible.

Under Construction
This lot is under construction, no really...

Rooms
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom (technically )
Kitchen / dining area
Livingroom / Office area

Lot Size: 40x30
Lot Price: $47,737 (F) / $25,313 (Unf)

Side Notes
This is the fourth house in my "Demolition Alley" series, it's really not much more than a theme lot but it is still functional as a residential lot (though it would probably do as a community lot too). It has 2 decent size bedrooms and a kitchen in one trailer and a livingroom / office setup in the other, there are two port-a-potties outside one with a toilet / sink and the other with a shower.

There are 3 parking spots (truck and car thing are included) and a construction site area, complete with incomplete construction :D. There isn't much to do in the construction area though you can walk all around it so you could always build something.. or it could even be part of a story, your sims could buy the site and "finish" the construction over time.

Testing
Have done some basic testing, everything seems in order (all objects seem to be accessable so far as I could see). I did a quick walk around the construction site and didn't get my test sim stuck anywhere. If anyone finds any issues please let me know and I'll try to correct them as promptly as possible.

Lot Size: 4x3
Lot Price: $47,737

Additional Credits:
Thanks to RalphaelNinja from www.thesims3.com for the twinkle of an idea, his "Building a Yacht" tutorial gave me the idea to use a framework to give the effect of the stengthening bars in the floor for the half built structure.