City Hall (Staunton Island)

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STRUCTURES
City Hall
CityHall-GTAIII-exterior.jpg
City Hall in GTA III.
Appearance(s):
Location: Newport, Staunton Island
Use: City Hall

{{Infobox Structures |name=City Hall |image=[[File:CityHall-GTAIII-exterior.jpg|340px]] |caption= City Hall in GTA III. |games = [[Grand Theft Auto III]]
[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]
[[Grand Theft Auto Advance]] |location = [[Newport]], [[Staunton Island]] |use = City Hall }} The '''City Hall '''is a section located between [[Torrington]] and [[Newport]] next to the [[Callahan Bridge]] on [[Staunton Island]], [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] in [[Grand Theft Auto III]], [[Grand Theft Auto Advance]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]. == Description == The City Hall consists of a fairly large municipal building, whose function being the central office of the [[Mayoralty of Liberty City in GTA III Era|Mayoralty of Liberty City]] but still is only one section and not a neighborhood, although its function makes it an important place in Staunton Island. In the official website of GTA III is mentioned as the "City Hall" of city, while in GTA: Liberty City Stories is called the "Liberty City Museum" at the mission [[See the Sight Before Your Flight]] (sight 8), but in fact has more the appearance of a City Hall for its serious aspect, that of a museum. The City Hall is one of the stages of the mission [[The Sicilian Gambit]] in GTA: LCS, where [[Toni Cipriani]] must annihilate some members of the [[Sicilian Mafia]], while [[Salvatore Leone]] goes to search for the mayor. To south of [[Belleville Park]] is located of [[Town Hall]], whose common feature to the council to be a small section and not a neighborhood like Bedford Point and called Courthse Night, who is also a section. == Influences == The City Hall is most likely based off the [[wp:Brooklyn Borough Hall|Brooklyn Borough Hall]] because it seems more than that of the [[wp:New York City Hall|New York City Hall]], but also shows little similarities to the [[wp:Federal Hall|Federal Hall National Memorial]]. == Gallery == File:LibertyCity-GTAIII-seal.jpg|Emblem of the town hall of [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] File:MilesO'Donovan-GTAIII-newsarticle.png|News of the mayor [[Miles O'Donovan]], [[Liberty tree]] article File:CityHall-GTAIII-aerialview.jpg|Aerial View of City Hall. File:TheSicilianGambit-GTALCS5.jpg|[[Toni Cipriani]] killing a [[Sicilian Mafia]] mobster outside City Hall. [[Category:Locations in GTA III]] [[Category:Places in Staunton Island]] [[Category:Structures]]

The City Hall is a section located between Torrington and Newport next to the Callahan Bridge on Staunton Island, Liberty City in Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Advance and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.

Description

The City Hall consists of a fairly large municipal building, whose function being the central office of the Mayoralty of Liberty City but still is only one section and not a neighborhood, although its function makes it an important place in Staunton Island. In the official website of GTA III is mentioned as the "City Hall" of city, while in GTA: Liberty City Stories is called the "Liberty City Museum" at the mission See the Sight Before Your Flight (sight 8), but in fact has more the appearance of a City Hall for its serious aspect, that of a museum.

The City Hall is one of the stages of the mission The Sicilian Gambit in GTA: LCS, where Toni Cipriani must annihilate some members of the Sicilian Mafia, while Salvatore Leone goes to search for the mayor. To south of Belleville Park is located of Town Hall, whose common feature to the council to be a small section and not a neighborhood like Bedford Point and called Courthse Night, who is also a section.

Influences

The City Hall is most likely based off the Brooklyn Borough Hall because it seems more than that of the New York City Hall, but also shows little similarities to the Federal Hall National Memorial.

Gallery