17 Rue Brioche

Number 17 on Rue Brioche is a typical apartment house in the city of Arriance built of brick and reinforced concrete. The building was first constructed in 545 during the population boom the city saw due to its rapid industrialization. Designed first for the wealthy emerging middle-class but the smell of the pulp mill built only a year later made the area a decidedly working class district. The building has changed hands many times and been extensively renovated with each new owner attempting to squeeze more tenants into the building. After the war the ownership of the building has been transferred to the city which now directly manages much of its working class housing stock.

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102 – Pascal Fournier
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105 – Victor Bonheur
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204 – Janus Tagam
205 – Corin Taillefer (building manager, RIP)
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401A – Quentin Moy
401B
402 – Geoff Darcel
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501A – Jean Bonnaire
501B
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Ground Floor

1st Floor

2nd Floor

3rd Floor

4th Floor

5th Floor

6th Floor (Abandoned, Construction)

Basement

17 Rue Brioche

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