CityVille Apple Orchard: Everything you need to know

If you're excited about the new City Center in CityVille, that will allow you to store some Community Buildings and free up space on your land, maybe you're not exactly ready to re-clutter that land with even more Community Buildings. If you can always use more in the way of population cap boosts, however, you'll be happy to know that a new Apple Orchard is available to place in your town, and that it comes with its own goal.

As usual, this goal has one requirement, that being to simply place the Apple Orchard's base in your town. You'll receive 20,000 coins for doing so, and can then really get to work on building the Apple Orchard proper. The base requires six whacks (or six energy) to complete the frame, and from there, you'll be required to collect a variety of building ingredients with the help of friends. You know, just once I'd like to see a building require two, maybe three items at most, rather than these long-drawn out affairs, but alas... As is stands, you'll need to collect:

  • 5 Work Uniforms
  • 5 Barrels
  • 5 Red Apples
  • 5 Juice Jugs
  • 5 Bags of Leaves

The Barrels, Red Apples and Juice Jugs are earned through general wall posts placed on your news feed, while the Bags of Leaves are earned through specific requests sent to individual CityVille neighbors. If you're lucky, you'll already have these Work Uniforms on hand from previous building projects, and won't have to collect as many items in total (little victories, am I right?)
Once you finish building the Apple Orchard, your town's maximum population will receive a boost of 1,700 citizens. That's a pretty big boost, considering the fact that this particular building was free, but remember that you'll need to be at least Level 20 to receive this goal, or the free building.

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What do you think of this Apple Orchard Community Building in CityVille? Are you excited to see these nature-themed building projects, or do you enjoy the more metropolitan buildings like skyscrapers? Sound off in the comments.
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