Note: The original author of this mod is attributed to an inactive member Banib3 (based on the filename of the mod). Changes make it Cities XXL compatible with an updated shader and tags.
- Cities XXL Community MOD
- Game Version:
- Cities XXL 2015
- Geographical Tag:
- Western Europe
- Common Era Tag:
- 2000 to Future
- Architectural Style Tag:
Please note the following:
- It can be found in the Offices > T3 > Custom Menu
- The NOZAC tag is included, though since it is not working properly in Cities XXL at this time, the building will "grow" if you auto-zone areas. You have been warned.
- Only Tested with Mods Updated to Work with Cities XXL.
- Special thanks to Monty, and Mr.X² for helping me learn how to unpack/pack mods and providing me with a Cities XXL compatible shader.-- IcyHot
I present you my new building 122 Leadenhall Street, London!
I created it especially for my new CJ. I worked more on night textures than on day ones, so it looks very spectacular at night and at morning/evening light. Not very special at day.
Please if you don't like the building don't spam this thread or my PM with not good comments, or that I am doing it wrong! I created this for me, I share it because I think somebody will find it useful to have in his city.
I done all the textures and modeling myself..
It is as I wanted it to be!
Some wikipedia info:
122 Leadenhall Street is an address on Leadenhall Street in the City of London where a 225 metre (737 ft) tall skyscraper designed by Richard Rogers and informally referred to as the Cheese Grater is currently under construction. The site is adjacent to the Lloyd's building, also designed by Rogers. Prior to 2007 the site was occupied by a building owned by the developer British Land and designed by Gollins Melvin Ward Partnership that was constructed in the 1960s. That building was demolished in 2007-8 in preparation for redevelopment of the site. By December 2009, the site was cleared but construction had stalled. The project, initially delayed due to the economic climate, was revived in October 2010, and Oxford Properties is now co-developing the property in partnership with British Land. In May 2011, it was announced that the lower 10 floors of the property have been pre-let to Aon Corporation.
real life building:
not finished yet