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- "Reclaimed! For the people of Columbia!!!"
- ―Vox Graffiti
Downtown Emporia is the primary commercial center of the district of Emporia. Much of it is comprised of stately buildings and stores, but by the time that Booker and Elizabeth visit the district, it has fallen into ruin due to the actions of the Vox Populi. The main sectors include the Financial District, the Market District, and Harmony Lane as well as Victory Square, leading to Comstock House.
The metropolitan center consisted of Harmony Lane, where entertainment and theater venues were located, the Market District, which contained the upper class shops and boutiques that Columbia's wealthy could afford, the Cunningham Photo Studios, where the "well to do" of the city had their photos taken, Lutece Labs, the city's premier research center operated by the Lutece twins, and finally, Memorial Gardens, notably where the "sainted" Lady Comstock was entombed.
- Main article: BioShock Infinite
Barely escaping detection by the Songbird, Booker and Elizabeth descend from the Grand Central Depot in an elevator. They observe that the Vox Populi have taken over with fighting wreaking havoc in the city.
As they enter the Thoroughfare of the Financial District, a rogue missile from one of the zeppelins hits the elevator car. Clambering from the wreckage onto the Sky-Line, Booker and Elizabeth must deal with a Handyman and several Firemen.
Once in Victory Square, Booker and Elizabeth attempt to pass the gate but require an official's handprint. The automaton mistakes Elizabeth for Lady Comstock, which gives Elizabeth the idea to use Lady Comstock's hand to pass through.
They travel to the Memorial Gardens where Lady Comstock's corpse is locked in an airtight chamber. Comstock uses the Siphon to draw upon Elizabeth's powers to resurrect Lady Comstock back into Columbia as a Siren. After a battle against her reanimated minions they manage to dispel her for the time being.
Suddenly, Rosalind and Robert Lutece appear, digging their own graves. They hint that three truths about Lady Comstock must be found in order to understand her. As Booker looks for these "truths", he discovers that Elizabeth id not Lady Comstock's daughter. Lady Comstock was killed by Comstock, who then attempted to murder the Lutece twins. Armed with this new knowledge, Elizabeth confronts Lady Comstock again and explains that they had both been deceived by Comstock. Lady Comstock then willingly opens the gate for them to travel to Comstock House.
The primary district which held the financial businesses of Columbia. Its Thoroughfare connects Downtown Emporia with the Grand Central Depot, with several shops located around it. It is also the entrance to the Bank of the Prophet, Emporia's main financial establishment.
The shopping district of Emporia, filled with upscale shops that only the wealthy could afford. Among the stores are an Art Gallery, but also the Lutece Labs and further away Albert Fink's Magical Melodies shop.
Z. H. Comstock Victory Square is a small open plaza at the gatehouse to Comstock House. A statue of Lady Comstock is placed near the entrance, as a memorial. The gatehouse is barred from entry by an automaton.
A quiet graveyard behind the Bank of the Prophet, containing tombs of notable Columbian citizens including the Lutece twins and Lady Comstock's.
- Rosalind Lutece - A City, Suspended
- Lady Comstock - Beyond Redemption
- Jeremiah Fink - Out of the Thin Air
- Zachary Hale Comstock - The True Color of My Skin
- Constance Field - Pen Pal
- Rosalind Lutece - Child of Science
- Rosalind Lutece - On the Entropy of Genes
- Rosalind Lutece - A Theory on Our "Death"
- Lady Comstock - The Imagination of God
- Lady Comstock - No Longer
- Zachary Hale Comstock - A Broken Circle
- Rupert Cunningham - The Customer is Late
- A Look Back at Opening Day
- The Prophet Stands Up to Foes: Within and Without
- We Secede from the So-Called "Union"
- Solving the Irish Problem