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#Mapvember2018 6/30: Wonderwall

The Western Seawall, also better known as the “Wonderwall”, was built on the western coastline to prevent the raised sea level from flooding some of the most valuable properties and densely populated areas on the West Coast megaplex of San Angeles. Unexpectedly the regions close to the seawall plummeted in land value and now over 50% of the area is categorized as slums.

1 Comment

  • gregorius21778
    November 7, 2018 at 10:47

    One can for sure argue about how “unexpected” it is that property with “a view onto the ocean” loses value once they have “a view onto something akin to a prison wall”, but the slum idea is new to me and your map with all the tents all over the slum has just the right vibe for cyberpunk/dark future/post-apocalypse. Thanks for sharing!

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