This section of Dark Falls is one of the older, dilapidated sections of the city. Rows of abandoned businesses and warehouses dot the area. Boarded up windows and doors and long hung out “Closed” signs are commonplace. Due to the boardings, chained gates and blocked side streets and alleyways, the entire area has labyrinthine, claustrophobic feel to it. The majority of the population of homeless people lives here as well. Tents made out of discarded canvas or dirty and decaying cardboard pieces seem to be the architecture of choice. Moving shadows and vague stares for dirty windows show that some have even claimed the buildings as their own.
One thing that is very prevalent in this area is tagging, spray-painted graffiti that appears as urban art, declaration of territory or outright vandalism.