Phantom City has two major business districts, an entertainment district and a couple of warehouse districts. Here is a list of the major businesses ran or with strong interests of the vampire supernatural interest within Phantom City. This is not a complete list of businesses within the city, as there will always be neighborhood bars, other mortal owned corporations, and other locations.
The Delta is Phantom City’s entertainment district. It contains the Stadium, bars, dining and shopping. If you are looking to be a tourist in the city, this is where to go. While bars are required to close their doors at 3, special city legislation has been enabled permitting the bars to stay open as long as they like, provided the patrons were in a bar before the 3 am deadline. A series of tunnels connects the bars and several hotels, called the mole ways. These tunnels are lit by gas lamps and have a certain touristy draw to them. Most tunnels are wide enough to fit 2 cars side by side in, and all are carefully watched by security.
The Phantom Stadium: (Ventrue) The stadium is one of the premiere entertainment venues in Phantom City. Containing 55,000 seats and an impressive box seating section, the phantom stadium hosts all sorts of events, from music to acting to hosting the Phantom City Wraiths, an Arena football team. The stadium shaped in a standard egg shape with pueblo murals painted on the sides.
The Wolf’s Den: (Gangrel) A country themed bar that could have come from the backwoods of Alabama. The waitresses wear simple uniforms of daisy dukes and white tank tops. Similar to Coyote Ugly, the girls dance on the bars, there are pool tables, and the patronage is usually grunge and bikers. This is probably the roughest of the Delta bars.
The Absinthe: (Malkovian) Decorated in the manner of an old french opium den. The green tinted lights and plush Victorian style lounge offer seating in front of coffee tables for an intimate experience. The Absinthe serves several different types of Absinthe including a “Red Angel”, a vampire friendly drink that offers both the benefits of vitae and a slight drunken feeling. Hookahs serving flavored tobacco and other herbal copies. Madame Toloude and her staff are dressed in Victorian period garb and the walls are sparsely decorated in Van Gogh prints. The walls are red with gold embossed Fleur du Les and most of the furniture is black legged with red cushions. Private booths are available for parties of six or more.
The Golddigger: (Daeva) A gentleman’s club in high fashion. This club has high quality women dancing and putting on a heck of a show. There is a common section where lap dances are $20 a dance, or high-rise, in booths, which are for the most part blocked to public viewing for $30 and a players club which starts at $150 and is a private room with screens to watch the club action while enjoying the company of one of the lovely ladies. The club is well maintained with Ivory stages, golden lounge chairs and dark cherry wood. The walls are painted cream with black trim.
The Ring: (Gangrel) The ring is a sportsbar filled with fighting memorabilia. In the center of the club is a ring that can be tore down to make room for more seating. Several events happen each week. boxing Friday, MMA Saturday, wrestling Sundays (non football season), and Monday’s are amateur night. The ring has a classic bar decor, with a wood framed bar top and pictures of various stars that have been there.
The Garage: (Daeva) The garage is a rock bar dedicated to live music. The garage has a killer sound system and usually pulls in the best groups in town. As far as booze, the bar serves primarily beer, but has a premium whiskey and bourbon selection as well.
The Beat: (Ventrue) A top 40 club built in the style of a high end dance club. It has a raised stage where people can dance and some dancing cages. Urban themed, this bar has raw cement walls with graffiti on them the actual bartops are black marble mounted on a base of polished diamond plate. Drop down displays play music videos and the DJ is always ready to party. Special events are Foam party Mondays and Techno Tuesdays.
Central Business District
The central business district is located directly off of I-40 and is where the government centers are located. Also located in the CBD is several businesses, especially businesses that deal with interstate commerce.
City Hall and Courts: (Ventrue) Located in one single building, the City Hall is a 10 story building, which starts to form a dome at the 7th story. While primarily glass, there are New Mexican Adobe building elements to it.
MileTech: (Mekhet) MileTech is a tech firm that is only 2 stories tall in Pueblo stucco design. The firm deals with aerospace flight and has been of great asset to the new space port currently being designed.
The Phantom Press: (Daeva) The Phantom Press is a 5 story Stucco building with large glass sections in it. This is Phantom City’s daily newspaper. Delivered each morning to the doorstep of many citizens. For those who have evening hours, the paper also offers a online service called “The Ghost Press”. It offers the benefits of being more up to date, as it operates in a news-blog style, and in most cases has a deadline of 6:30 each night.
Red Sand Advertising: (Mekhet) Located in the Coyote Building, a 12 story glass skyscraper, Red Sand is one of the premiere advertisers in the region and has had a few national ad campaigns for various politicians, both national and international.
The Mountain Corridor
The Mountain Corridor is a business district nestled in the shadow of the big mountain. Built on the original settlement, The Mountain Corridor has since been modified, but is part of the historic past of Phantom City. Although the old township has been plowed under to make room for business buildings and more modern structure, there is a 5 acre park in the middle of it called The John Lark Memorial Park, and it includes a placard with the cities history and a rock garden. The historic mining companies still reside here.
Phantom Mine Company: (Ventrue) The office building for Phantom Mine Company is a unique building as it has been dug out into the mountain, and actually is part of the landscape. Five stories tall, on the fifth story the office space opens onto the mountain side into a zen park for the employees. There are three sub basement levels of parking.
Thunderbird Construction: (Brujah) The Thunderbird Construction company is a five story stucco and glass building designed to look similar to a contemporary Pueblo cliff dwelling residence. The building is quite impressive and offers some of the most creative engineers and designers in the region. However, it also runs the primary construction workforce in the town.
The Railyards Inc.: (Brujah) This 7 story glass building runs the rail lines and is the nerve center for operations on all the rail centers in Phantom City. The Railyards building is situated with a clear view of the rail-yards.
Apex Labs: (Mekhet) This 7 story glass building has a clear view of the Delta District and on to the Central Business District. Apex Labs is a technology firm that branches out into the securities departments and deals quite often with government contracts.