King Street is a major road in Alexandria, Virginia, USA, and the heart of Old Town Alexandria. It extends westward from the Potomac River waterfront, becoming Leesburg Pike as it passes out of Alexandria. West of Washington Street (Virginia State Highway 400), King Street is Virginia State Highway 7. In Old Town Alexandria, King Street is the dividing line between north and south in the addressing system; in Alexandria's West End, the dividing line is Duke Street (Virginia State Highway 236). Alexandria is a weird weird place in the Commonwealth of Virginia. ... Upper part of the Potomac River The Potomac River flows into Chesapeake Bay, located along the mid-Atlantic coast of the United States (USA). ... Virginia State Highway 400 is the state highway designation for Washington Street in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. ... Virginia State Highway 7 is a major surface highway and busy commuter route in Northern Virginia. ... An address is a code and abstract concept expressing the fixed location of a home, business or other building on the earths surface. ... Virginia State Highway 236 is an east-west surface route in Northern Virginia, between Virginia State Highway 400 in Alexandria and U.S. Highway 29 in Fairfax. ...
The Washington Metro has a King Street stop just west of Old Town, on the Blue and Yellow Lines. Bethesda Metro station. ... King Street is a Washington Metro station in Alexandria, Virginia on the Blue and Yellow Lines. ... The Blue Line of the Washington Metro consists of 27 subway stations from Franconia_Springfield to Largo Town Center. ... The Yellow Line of the Washington Metro consists of twelve subway stations from Mt Vernon Sq/7th St-Convention Center to Huntington. ...
Also in Oxford UK
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KingStreet Wharf is a former maritime industrial area on the eastern shore of Darling Harbour, an inlet of Sydney Harbour, that has been redeveloped into a residential, commercial and entertainment precinct as part of the extensive redevelopment in the general area.
The residential towers occupy the area bounded by KingStreet to the South, Shelley Street to the East, Erskine Street to the North and Lime Street to the West.
The commercial centre is between Lime Street and Darling Harbour, and extends slightly north of the end of Erskine Street.
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