CityVille Glass Factory Residence Wing: Everything you need to know

For some time now, we've been bringing you guides to building and using CityVille's expanding Glass Factory feature, which allows you to build all sorts of decorations, community buildings and businesses made out of colorful pieces of glass. We've expected a residential wing to launch in the game at some point, and that time is now! If you're ready, you can now start building items like the Crystal Towers, with its 2,600 citizen population, but of course, you'll need to construct the residential wing to your Glass Factory before getting anything out of it.

The residential wing of the Glass Factory requires quite a few building material, 35 in all. You'll earn these through general news posts on your wall or by asking your friends to send them to you via individual requests.

  • 7 Window Glass
  • 7 Carpet Racks
  • 7 Insulation
  • 7 Glass Roofing
  • 7 Glass Tile

When you completed the residential wing of the Glass Factory, you're really only halfway there, as you'll need to collect even more building materials to actually construct any glass homes within it. For instance, the Turquoise Mansion requires 80 different items before it can be built, while the Crystal Towers requires 100! Again, once you've completed the Crystal Towers, as an example, you'll receive a population boost of 2,600 citizens, along with a downtown value of 3,200 points. It can be collected from every 15 minutes for 76 coins in rent. The point here is that these buildings might take a long time to build, but they're pretty worthwhile in the long run.

There are no upgrades for the residential wing of the Glass Factory as of this writing, but we'll make sure to let you know if upgrades do eventually launch, or if the selection of available building projects increases. Stay tuned!

[Via and image credit: Zynga]

What do you think of this Glass Factory Resident Wing? Which of the glass homes will you try to build first? Sound off in the comments.
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