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That's City Center – Night City’s corporate showcase. Sleek skyscrapers form a brutalist, fortress-like skyline, presenting the unrivaled power of megacorps in all its arrogance. Since 2020, the City Center has become the most fortified and secure part of Night City.

Cyberpunk 2077

City Center is the central business district (CBD) of Night City. City Center is the governmental and commercial hub of the Night city metropolitian area and the location of the mayor's residence. Most of the city's corporations operate from the city center.

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City Center is the real showcase of Night City. The once soldering battlefield of the 4th Corporate War and nuclear fallout from the Arasaka Tower assult, was now completely restored. Restoration of the district was a lengthy and costly process — it started in the 2030s and ended just recently, when the Arasaka Tower was rebuilt in the 2070s.[1] In 2077, its now the most fortified district in all of Night City.

Filled with modern, cutting-edge architecture, City Center is where you can witness the unrivaled might of megacorps in all its arrogance.[1] This is where the rich and overworked spend their lives, building up the economic power of Night City.

The Corpo Plaza is reaching for the sky with its brutal corporate skyscrapers and blinding floodlights. This is the heart of the district and the home to some of the biggest corporations such as Arasaka, Militech, Biotechnica, Petrochem, and Kang Tao.[1]

Next to it is Downtown. It's full of narrow alleys, night clubs, celebrities, and corporate stiffs. Here you'll find an abundance of office buildings and eccentrically shaped architecture — as well as exclusive apartments, hotels, and restaurants.[1] Its northern waterfront is a mecca for artists and snobs, with galleries, concert halls and ateliers around every corner.[1] Despite the elegance and power of Downtown, it isn't as secure as it would seem: turn down the wrong alley and you’ll find yourself en-route to sleazy love hotels, dive bars, and shadowy corners where drug deals — and worse — are a common occurrence.[1]


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