Ross Waugh talks about the affluent Area D that the Metropolis developed, which he calls “Celestial Heights.”
This is the last of the Metropolis Infrastructure Management Story, a fictional metropolis that Ross Waugh created to illustrate what to look out for when managing the infrastructure of the different areas of your city.
Ross describes “Area D” as an overbuilt area, where affluent and well-connected people live. He called “Area D” as “Celestial Heights.”
In this video blog, Ross explains the dilemma that asset managers might handle having an area like the “Celestial Heights” and having other areas like Area A, Area B or Area C.
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