The Grace Development Agency has offered its plans to Feral Marine for the redevelopment of the Pippen waterfront, but admits that it “hasn’t done its best.”
“Ever since the intern left we’ve been having design blocks. He was intolerable when he was here, but we need him,” said a senior staffer at Grace Development.
The current plans include some uncommon architectural features, and focus on a long plot on the north side of Pippen.
“We plan on removing the road on that side. It is underutilized and the space can be used to create a large building to hold larger ships. Some of the designs have massive front doors that would open, and most of the designs enclose the space to keep competitors from seeing what FM is up to,” said Chief Architect at Grace Development. “We also think that it would be possible to hide smaller vessels under a tall waterfront (Plan D) with a secret door. If FM chose that, they would be able to extend the hidden dock the length of Pippen, enough for at least four boats. Public moorings and traffic could use the waterfront freely too, so that may be the best plan. It would remove all the old tunnels and such that are under the current waterfront, obviously.”