King Street (Alexandria, Virginia)

King Street (Alexandria, Virginia)

King Street (Alexandria, Virginia)

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King Street is a major road in Alexandria, Virginia, USA and the heart of historic Old Town Alexandria. It extends westward from the Potomac River waterfront near the Torpedo Factory Art Center and nearby bustling tourist gift shops and restaurants, passing City Hall. On reaching the Metrorail and Amtrak stations and the George Washington National Masonic Memorial, King Street bends and narrows to just two lanes as it passes T.C. Williams High School, becoming Leesburg Pike as it passes out of Alexandria near the Bailey's Crossroads area. King Street becomes State Route 7 west of Washington Street (State Route 400). In Old Town Alexandria, King Street is designated as the dividing line between north and south in the addressing system, while Duke Street (State Route 236) is designated as the dividing line in the West End area of Alexandria.

The line of King Street follows the original southwest border for the District of Columbia, becoming the Leesburg Pike as it extends westward into Fairfax County. The border is close to the edge of King Street between Seminary Road and just before George Mason Drive. Route 7 then follows in close proximity the continuation of the original District border that now forms the southern edge of Arlington County, Virginia, until Seven Corners, where it enters the City of Falls Church, Virginia.

The Washington Metro has a station at King Street, just west of Old Town, on the Blue and Yellow...
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