Civilopedia Entry[edit | edit source]
The location of the New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street has become the epitome of the modern financial district. A narrow street running from Broadway to the East River, it houses some of the world's most prestigious and powerful banks and commodity exchanges. In 1653 Dutch colonists erected a barricade along this route to ward off the British and unfriendly natives.
PTW Changes[edit | edit source]
- The requirement was changed from 5 banks to 5 stock exchanges, making it more difficult to build.