Dennis Department Store
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|Lot Size||2x3 (RC), 3x2 (LC), 3x3 (LC)|
|Stage||4 (3x3) |
7 (2x3, 3x2)
|Occupants (§)||806 (Dilapidated)|
|Power Cons.||17 MWh|
|Water Cons.||65 Gallons|
|Air Pol.||8 over 6 tiles|
|Water Pol.||4 over 6 tiles|
|Garbage Pol.||13 over 0 tiles|
The Dennis Department Store is a Medium-Wealth Commercial Services Building that grows on only High Density Commercial zones. 
Dennis Department Store is clearly based on the May Company Building in Wilshire, California, completed in 1939. Aside from making the building overall smaller, the recreation is accurate.
Bizarrely, this building is placed in the Chicago Tileset, designed to hold pre-Art Deco buildings, not the New York tileset designed expressly for that purpose.
- ↑ CS$$40x28_7ChiSimcys_052A