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[[Image:MeadowHills-GTA4-northeastwards.jpg|thumb|351px|Meadow Hills, as viewed to the northeast. The [[Lynch Street LTA|Lynch Street station]] is visible in the foreground; buildings from west [[Willis]], which also feature Meadow Hills' architecture of choice, are also seen in the background to the right.]]
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[[File:MeadowHills-GTAIV-northeastwards.jpg|thumb|351px|Meadow Hills, as viewed to the northeast. The [[Lynch Street LTA|Lynch Street station]] is visible in the foreground; buildings from west [[Willis]], which also feature Meadow Hills' architecture of choice, are also seen in the background to the right.]]
  
 
'''Meadow Hills''' is a three-block residential neighborhood located in central [[Dukes]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. It is bordered by Tudor Street to the north and Stillwater Avenue to the west ([[Meadows Park]]); Stillwater Avenue also to the southwest ([[Cerveza Heights]]); Lynch Street to the south ([[Beechwood City]]); and Seymour Avenue to the east ([[Willis]]).   
 
'''Meadow Hills''' is a three-block residential neighborhood located in central [[Dukes]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. It is bordered by Tudor Street to the north and Stillwater Avenue to the west ([[Meadows Park]]); Stillwater Avenue also to the southwest ([[Cerveza Heights]]); Lynch Street to the south ([[Beechwood City]]); and Seymour Avenue to the east ([[Willis]]).   
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Meadow Hills is Dukes' smallest, but most affluent neighborhood, with one of the most suburban atmospheres of all the Liberty City locales. The density of homes in Meadow Hills' increases from north to south, from single cottages and semi-detached homes to the north, to multi-storey apartments to the south. Meadow Hills' main shopping drag is in the southern part of the neighborhood, along the Savannah Avenue side of Station Square. It is a strong community of the Jewish Mafia.
 
Meadow Hills is Dukes' smallest, but most affluent neighborhood, with one of the most suburban atmospheres of all the Liberty City locales. The density of homes in Meadow Hills' increases from north to south, from single cottages and semi-detached homes to the north, to multi-storey apartments to the south. Meadow Hills' main shopping drag is in the southern part of the neighborhood, along the Savannah Avenue side of Station Square. It is a strong community of the Jewish Mafia.
  
Meadow Hills is based off [[wikipedia:New York City|New York City]]'s [[wp:Forest Hills, Queens|Forest Hills]] neighborhood.
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Meadow Hills is based off [[:wp:New York City|New York City]]'s [[wp:Forest Hills, Queens|Forest Hills]] neighborhood.
  
 
== Residents ==
 
== Residents ==
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[[Category:Areas in Dukes]]

Latest revision as of 23:08, 27 April 2012

Meadow Hills, as viewed to the northeast. The Lynch Street station is visible in the foreground; buildings from west Willis, which also feature Meadow Hills' architecture of choice, are also seen in the background to the right.

Meadow Hills is a three-block residential neighborhood located in central Dukes, Liberty City. It is bordered by Tudor Street to the north and Stillwater Avenue to the west (Meadows Park); Stillwater Avenue also to the southwest (Cerveza Heights); Lynch Street to the south (Beechwood City); and Seymour Avenue to the east (Willis).

Character

Meadow Hills is Dukes' smallest, but most affluent neighborhood, with one of the most suburban atmospheres of all the Liberty City locales. The density of homes in Meadow Hills' increases from north to south, from single cottages and semi-detached homes to the north, to multi-storey apartments to the south. Meadow Hills' main shopping drag is in the southern part of the neighborhood, along the Savannah Avenue side of Station Square. It is a strong community of the Jewish Mafia.

Meadow Hills is based off New York City's Forest Hills neighborhood.

Residents

Transportation

The Liberty City Subway has a station in Station Square, the main entrance being at the Seymour Avenue-Savannah Avenue intersection (at the Willis border) and auxiliary entrances along Lynch Street.