This is my LDD microcity. You will see a few familiar stadiums in the sports district. It is also the home of the new tallest microscale skyscraper. It towers over every skyscraper in the city by at least 5 or 6 bricks.
About this creation
The Oysterdome arena
Oyster Park baseball stadium
Stadium View Hotel
89.1 The Clam
Burger King and McDonalds across the street from eachother. The city dump is conveniently located behind McDonalds so workers don't have to walk very far to get the ingredients for the food.
Hospital across the street from McDonalds because of all the heart attacks, strokes, and roach bites.
The Cone Building.
Goth radio station and record store.
Pet store and plant store.
The famous Brick Square in all its glory.
The Lego store and museum, the biggest of both on the planet.
The Burning Blok restaurant.
the Blacktron Building.
the Garbage Pail Cafe.
Tenskulls Hotel, the ultimate gothic getaway!
the Bruiser Inn. Run by bullies, nerds not allowed!
The nuke factory. It is needed to get rid of those pesky pirates who try to copy Lego.
the Mime's Motel. Talking not allowed!
The fire station. Located next to the House on the Hill because people claim it is an eysore, so it is a major target for arson.
The House on the Hill, the most haunted place in the city. The house, built in 1871, was the home of the first settler to Oysteria, a man named Markington Kelso. He committed suicide after the pony express failed to get his bricklink order to his home after the horse and ride drowned 26 miles away from the coast (that is why you use FedEx, kids). The house is in major disrepair.
Bruno's Baguettes, the Frenchiest place around.
The Sink Store
The Smokestack Factory, bringing pollution to air near you!
The Oysteria Aquarium, the biggest aquarium in the world. It is run by Aquazone.
The Dark Side Lightsaber Emporium, only the best for Jedi and Sith!
The Rare Gem restaurant, the most expensive restaurant in the city.
8 Ball Gamer's Heaven, the world's biggest arcade and gaming store.
Megablok Torture House, bring your kids, and turn their anger loose on captured megabloks. Perfect cure for teenage agnst!
Empire Oyster neighborhood.
House on the Hill neighborhood.
If you look around the city, these little fast food joints are even more common than Starbucks!
The Glassdome Inn, a completely glass hotel.
What you've all been waiting for... the tallest microscale building, at 16 bricks high... the Empire Oyster Building! Top THAT Young!