HistoryWilliam Cooper in 1845. It is known that William, at some point in his life, settled in the Historical Center district of the city along with his pet dog, Ellington.
According to William's descendant, Ashton Cooper, Grimsborough was only the leftovers of a small Pilgrim settlement before his ancestor built it.
William also has a statue of him built at Cooper Park in the Financial Center.
Industrial Area is the first district of Grimsborough. It is a worker-oriented district ravaged by organized crime and gang activity.
Financial Center is the second district of Grimsborough. This district is reminiscent to the real-world Wall Street and Central Park in New York. Roman Harris, known as the architect of the city, is the one who designed and built the Financial District and most of modern day Grimsborough.
Historical Center is the third district of Grimsborough. This district features many historical novelties of Grimsborough as well as being near a forest preserve and a lake. As the name implies, this is where the founder, William Cooper, and his pet dog, "Ellington", settled in.
University is the fourth district of Grimsborough. As an aptly named district, it is a schooling institution with an accredited baccalaureate college, a football field, and several schooling fronts.
Maple Heights is the fifth district of Grimsborough. It is considered to be an affluent district of the city.
Airport is the sixth and final district of Grimsborough. It is a hidden district which can be unlocked after completing It All Ends Here (Case #51). All cases in this district require investigation in a crime scene from the past, with its events dated from 1642-1649.
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