Continuations of concepted arcologies of the late 20th and early 21st centuries, megabuildings were constructed in Night City after the Fourth Corporate War - such as in the Watson Development - to house the thousands of displaced residents due to the AHQ Disaster. Each megabuilding houses approximately 128,000 at maximum, having over 8,000 apartments, with capacities of 16 per apartment. Megabuildings provide services such as residential housing, entertainment, food, and other services common in shopping mall experiences. Each apartment comes with mediacorp-promoted cable television, radio, and sensory feed access. These buildings also have rented corporate cops, although crime still remains a problem in many of them. Nomad workers are utilized in the construction of many megabuildings, up to hundreds working on one at a time.
Night City megabuildings
|Megabuilding H1||Open||Heywood||The Glen|
|Megabuilding H3||Closed||Heywood||The Glen|
|Megabuilding H4||Closed||Santo Domingo||Arroyo|
|Megabuilding H5||Closed||Heywood||Vista del Rey|
|Megabuilding H6||Open||Santo Domingo||Arroyo|
|Megabuilding H7||Closed||Santo Domingo||Rancho Coronado|
|Megabuilding H9||Open||City Center||Corpo Plaza|
|Megabuilding H10||Open||Watson||Little China|
|Megabuilding H11||Open||Watson||Northside Industrial District|
|Megabuilding H12||Open||Watson||Northside Industrial District|
- What seems to be another megabuilding is being constructed in southeastern Santo Domingo, where an organized crime can be found.
- Some alternate maps of Night City show that City Center doesn't have a megabuilding, while Westbrook has two. This other megabuilding was to be located in the backroad found in northeastern Japantown, due west of Impala Automatics factory.