Jackson Heights
Owner State of New York Established Refounded May 17, 2015
Purpose Neighborhood
Status Partially Inhabited / Under Reconstruction

Jackson Heights is the redistricted northern-most territory of the NYC Safe Zone. The last neighborhood incorporated into the Safe Zone and is currently undergoing a renaissance thanks to massive reconstruction and immigration from outside the Safe Zone. The population in Jackson Heights is still low and primarily limited to its southern-most and western-most regions but progress creeps northward on a day-by-day basis with new tenement buildings and businesses popping up every couple of months. The neighborhood is constantly crawling with construction crews, digging teams, and surveyors. On the absolute eastern fringes of the neighborhood there are still buildings in states of severe disrepair from the war. Large stands of fledgling trees grow up from ruined cellar-holes, and the cracked and broken streets are riddled with grass and weeds. Greenery and foliage covers many of the buildings in eastern Jackson Heights as invasive crawling ivy spreads unchecked. Through 2019 crime in Jackson Heights was at an all-time high, but the crime rate in the neighborhood has dramatically lowered as conditions improved and civil services became more widespread and readily available for all incomes.

Jackson Heights


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