Unlike the industrial zone's which gives +1 production for adjacent mines, quarries and districts. The Hansa gives +1 production for each adjacent resource including the industrial zone's bonus. It also costs half the production of the industrial zone and doesn't count toward the maximum amount of districts in a city based on the population. The Hansa also gives +2 production if it's adjacent to a commercial hub and it stacks if there's more than one adjacent to it. It also gives 2 production if it's adjacent to any type of strategic resource. All of these effects stack with each other. To top it off, the Hansa gets +1 production for every two adjacent districts.
- This Unique District receives bonus Production if placed adjacent to a Commercial Hub, other Districts, or Resources.
- Replaces Industrial Zone District.
- Maintenance: 1 Gold.
- Adjacency: Major Production bonus if adjacent to a Commercial Hub district. Standard Production bonus for each adjacent Resource. Minor Production bonus for adjacent Districts Tiles.
Unlike the normal industrial zone, the Hansa has many small buildings. The normal industrial zone doesn't have small buildings.