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Commercial Hub
Description
A district in your city specializing in finance and trade.
Historical Context
The “commercial hub” of a city usually refers to the downtown business district, where capitalism and greed enliven the city’s finances. Here are the markets, banks and exchanges that make a few folks rich and fuel city growth. In time, evolving from a simple collection of local financiers and corporate offices, a commercial hub might even grow into a “global financial center.” There is even a system for ranking such global centers; until 2013 London held the top spot on the Global Financial Centers Index, when it was supplanted by New York City, both closely followed by Hong Kong, Singapore, and Tokyo. The quest for profit is obviously a universal trait of civilization.
PortraitSquare
ICON_DISTRICT_COMMERCIAL_HUB

Traits

Replaced By
+1 Great Merchant point per turn.
Adjacency Bonus
+2 Gold from each adjacent river tile.
+2 Gold from each adjacent Harbor tile.
+2 Gold from each adjacent Royal Navy Dockyard tile.
+1 Gold from every 2 adjacent district tiles.
+1 Gold from each adjacent Government Plaza tile.
+2 Gold from each adjacent Pamukkale tile.
+2 Gold from each adjacent Cothon tile.
+2 Gold from each adjacent Païtiti tile.
+1 Gold from each adjacent matching resource class tile.
Citizen Yields (per citizen)
+4 Gold
Trade Yields
Domestic Destination
+1 Production
International Destination
+3 Gold

Requirements

Technology
Production Cost
Base Cost: 54 Production
PortraitSquare
ICON_DISTRICT_COMMERCIAL_HUB
Description
A district in your city specializing in finance and trade.
Historical Context
The “commercial hub” of a city usually refers to the downtown business district, where capitalism and greed enliven the city’s finances. Here are the markets, banks and exchanges that make a few folks rich and fuel city growth. In time, evolving from a simple collection of local financiers and corporate offices, a commercial hub might even grow into a “global financial center.” There is even a system for ranking such global centers; until 2013 London held the top spot on the Global Financial Centers Index, when it was supplanted by New York City, both closely followed by Hong Kong, Singapore, and Tokyo. The quest for profit is obviously a universal trait of civilization.

Traits

Replaced By
+1 Great Merchant point per turn.
Adjacency Bonus
+2 Gold from each adjacent river tile.
+2 Gold from each adjacent Harbor tile.
+2 Gold from each adjacent Royal Navy Dockyard tile.
+1 Gold from every 2 adjacent district tiles.
+1 Gold from each adjacent Government Plaza tile.
+2 Gold from each adjacent Pamukkale tile.
+2 Gold from each adjacent Cothon tile.
+2 Gold from each adjacent Païtiti tile.
+1 Gold from each adjacent matching resource class tile.
Citizen Yields (per citizen)
+4 Gold
Trade Yields
Domestic Destination
+1 Production
International Destination
+3 Gold

Requirements

Technology
Production Cost
Base Cost: 54 Production
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