My WIP takes place in Bournemouth. For those who don't know it, it's a large, cosmopolitan seaside town on the South Coast of England with lots of night life and sandy beaches. People who live there sometimes refer to it England's answer to California. To make this clear, it's a place I know well, and a place I love. I'm fully at ease writing about it, so using this real world location isn't daunting at all. Road names, names for individual sectors of the town are all included, and I've made sure I'm also geographically correct throughout the book. But: Is it OK to have fictional buildings in a real location? For example my MC lives in an apartment building by the sea called Astoria Tower which is a fictional building. Is this OK? Does it need to be a real apartment building that you can find on google maps? I've created fictional, or at least non specific places quite a lot in my book, to deal with the myriad of bars, pubs and cafes the town has. I don't want to name a specific bar or whatever, for fear of getting sued or upsetting anyone that owns any establishment I may name.