South Side Bridge is one of the districts in The Urbz: Sims in the City on console. Located directly under the South Side Bridge overpass, this somewhat seedy neighborhood has a great view of the river. Standing on the docks in the shadow of the elevated train, one can look across the dark blue waters to the tall buildings in the distance. This used to be a bustling port, back before Louie and his pals moved in to set up their fireworks empire. The subway here has moved above ground to the elevated tracks, which crosses the bridge to Cozmo Street. The bridge is based on the real-life Brooklyn Bridge while the residents are based upon Mafia stereotypes.
Getting a reputation here will get one noticed by the residents of the Skyline Beach district.
Residents of South Side BridgeEdit
About the ResidentsEdit
The Residents of South Side Bridge wear dress coats and have clothing of a dark toned colors, with Louie Bricks being the exception, dressed casually in an Aloha shirt and loafers.
Louie Bricks is the head cappo of the district. He’s the guy to talk to break into the firecracker biz. Pamela Sneer and Babs Margarita are two of the well-appointed women who like to hang out at the local casino. Jimmy Two-Shoes, one of Louie’s key guys, is the creator of the infamous "firecracker dance." And Luke Laruffle, a man with a reserved personality.
Preferred Social MovesEdit
- Fake Punch
- Firecracker Dance
Browsing among the old tin-roofed red brick buildings you’re sure to stumble on Louie’s Flameworks, home of the bootleg fireworks production plant. Louie is always short-handed and looking for new blood. Some skill with a sledgehammer and a willingness to mess with Louie’s competition is also a plus. The Lucky Six casino is where games of chance and a self-serve juice bar await Urbz who are in the know. Bab’s Beauty Barn is a place to buy some style-shifting goodness such as the pink-ruffled tuxedo shirt, or an open-necked aloha shirt, or even a leopard print mini-skirt with matching halter top.
The well-appointed bathroom, with leopard skin rug and Mission-style bookshelf, is a great place to refresh oneself.
- City Guide: South Side Bridge (archived)