Ferrymen's Bay
Owner City of New York Established Refounded; May 18, 2015
Purpose Neighborhood
Status Inhabited

Ferrymen's Bay is the center for immigration into the NYC Safe Zone. Formerly known as Jamaica Bay, this region was renamed in honor of the Ferrymen organization and their involvement in the SLC-Expressive rights battles of the last decade. This coastal neighborhood is filled with tenement buildings and overgrown wilderness spreading into the swampy environs of Jamaica Bay. Most residences here sustained foundation damage during the war and flood during spring months; electricity in the neighborhood is spotty due to work still needing to be done on the city's power infrastructure. The southern-most region of Ferrymen's Bay is dedicated to resettlement and immigration offices, bringing new settlers into the city daily. Though this neighborhood is often a settler's first look at the Safe Zone, it is not a favorable one. Considerable disrepair still mars many buildings here, and secondary streets sprout with new vegetation and undergrowth that needs to be trimmed back.

Ferrymen's Bay


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