This district is located at the top of the towers and is known for its panoramic views, excellent light, and fresh air. It also has some of the pricier properties given its location and it tends to feature incredible mansions, art galleries, cinemas, high-end hotels, and luxurious fashion brands.
The communities within this district also tend to prefer cultural events and intellectual gatherings versus parties and sporting activities.
Citizens of the other districts often describe the High-Flyers as snobbish and a little too conscious of their appearance. On the other hand, the High-Flyers have been instrumental in some of the major city planning decisions including the development of a lightning speed elevator system that runs within the core of the city and can take as little as 5 minutes to go from the very top all the way to the bottom when on the express mode. They are also the producers of major festivals, concerts, screenings, and theatrical events that make sure residents and visitors are never lacking for something to do or see.
Notable buildings within the High-Flyer District which residents feel embody its motive include:
- The Grand Hotel
- La Dolce Vita
- The White Duke
- Legionnaires Academy
- Canary Mansions