Factory owners in the mid 90’s began to build skywards from the roofs of their factory buildings to create cheap, clandestine housing for migrant workers. This became known as Skynesting as the upper floors of buildings all over town started to resemble trees with clothes-lines, signs and decoration sprouting out of the windows of newly-erected levels.
But the architecture started to spin out of control. To accommodate additional labor flooding the City (The Great Population Flux), brazen owners began to connect the tops of their buildings to neighboring buildings to take advantage of the unused “air” space. This dangerous practice continues unregulated and unabated today.