Emerald City Blue
Bellevue bills itself on its “everything is fine, everything is lovely” atmosphere, and goes to great lengths to maintain it. After all, the district shares a long border with the Redmond Barrens, with plenty of ferrocrete barriers, monowire, and patrol drones ensuring that the have-nots remain outside looking in. Everywhere you look is some part of the façade: gated communities with biofabric domes to filter toxins out of the air and absorb some of the Seattle acid rain, quiet drones crawling along the carefully clipped green lawns or scooping up trash while keeping an electronic eye out for anyone or anything that doesn’t belong.
The whole thing is like a real-life sim of what pleasant suburban life should be.