The station complex, designed to fill a wedgeshaped site, contains a variety of uses, including offices, a Metro station, retail space, and a hotel. A crescent form recalling examples in Bath, England, helps define the street front on both sides and is an interesting example of urbanistic models well employed.
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King Street Station Complex
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