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Alexandria, virginia


100 King St., Old Town
Alexandria, VA 22314

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday 11AM – 12AM
Friday 11AM – 1AM
Saturday 10AM – 1AM
Sunday 10AM – 12AM

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The building that presently sits at 100 King Street began its life as the Corn Exchange building in 1871. The first floor of the building was occupied by Noble Lindsey’s grocery store, and the Corn Exchange occupied the second floor. (T. Michael Miller, “Wandering Along the Waterfront: King to Prince Street” in The Fireside Sentinel, August 1991, vol. V, No.8) The Corn Exchange itself did not last long, but Lindsey’s grocery business fared much better. By 1922 the Alexandria Gazette had the following to say about what had become the Lindsey-Nicholson Corporation: “No firm has been more responsible for the development of Alexandria commercially…”According to Sanborn maps, the building was occupied by the Virginia Public Service Company throughout the 1930s and into the 40s, and by 1959 it was occupied by the Federal Government. As with most of the Alexandria Waterfront district, 100 King St. sits on land that was created over time by filling in land and by the building of wharves to accommodate the city’s once-thriving shipping industry.

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Early 2019


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