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'''Washington Street''' is a street in [[Washington Beach]], [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]. It is also one of the few named streets in Vice City. The exact length of the street is unknown but what is known about the street is that it runs from the [[Ocean View Hospital]] to an unnamed roundabout in [[Vice Point]]. One of [[Tommy Vercetti]]'s [[Safehouses in GTA Vice City|safehouses]], [[1102 Washington Street]], is located here. Businesses along the street include the [[Washington Mall]] and [[K. Rosenberg & Co.]]
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'''Washington Street''' is a street in [[Washington Beach]], [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]. It is also one of the few named streets in Vice City. The exact length of the street is unknown but what is known about the street is that it runs from the end of the [[South Bridge]], around where the [[Ocean View Hospital]] is located, to an unnamed roundabout in [[Vice Point]]. It is the second longest known street in Vice City, behind [[Bayshore Avenue]].
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One of [[Tommy Vercetti]]'s [[Safehouses in GTA Vice City|safehouses]], [[1102 Washington Street]], is located here. Businesses along the street include the [[Washington Mall]], [[Hotel Harrison]], [[K. Rosenberg & Co.]] and [[Bunch of Tools]]. [[Avery Carrington]]'s construction site and his rival construction site are located on the street.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 03:09, 10 July 2011

Washington Street is a street in Washington Beach, Vice City. It is also one of the few named streets in Vice City. The exact length of the street is unknown but what is known about the street is that it runs from the end of the South Bridge, around where the Ocean View Hospital is located, to an unnamed roundabout in Vice Point. It is the second longest known street in Vice City, behind Bayshore Avenue.

One of Tommy Vercetti's safehouses, 1102 Washington Street, is located here. Businesses along the street include the Washington Mall, Hotel Harrison, K. Rosenberg & Co. and Bunch of Tools. Avery Carrington's construction site and his rival construction site are located on the street.