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'''Albany Avenue''' is a long 21-block [[List of Street Names|avenue]] in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''. It is the second longest street in [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. It runs from the southern end of [[East Holland]] to the southern end of [[The Exchange]]/[[Castle Gardens]], running through [[East Holland]], [[Lancaster]], [[Middle Park East]], [[Hatton Gardens]], [[Lancet]], [[Easton]], [[Presidents City]], [[Lower Easton]], [[Fishmarket North]], [[Fishmarket South]], [[Chinatown]] and the [[The Exchange]]/[[Castle Gardens]]. in [[Algonquin]]. It, by location, is likely based on New York's [[wp:First Avenue (Manhattan)|First Avenue]].
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'''[[File:Albany_ave.png|thumb|Albany Ave (red) in the Algonquin map.]]Albany Avenue''' is a long 21-block [[List of Street Names|avenue]] in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''. It is the second longest street in [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. It runs from the southern end of [[East Holland]] to the southern end of [[The Exchange]]/[[Castle Gardens]], running through [[East Holland]], [[Lancaster]], [[Middle Park East]], [[Hatton Gardens]], [[Lancet]], [[Easton]], [[Presidents City]], [[Lower Easton]], [[Fishmarket North]], [[Fishmarket South]], [[Chinatown]] and the [[The Exchange]]/[[Castle Gardens]]. in [[Algonquin]]. It, by location, is likely based on New York's [[wp:First Avenue (Manhattan)|First Avenue]].
   
 
==Notable Landmarks==
 
==Notable Landmarks==

Revision as of 13:08, March 29, 2013

Albany ave

Albany Ave (red) in the Algonquin map.

Albany Avenue
is a long 21-block avenue in Grand Theft Auto IV. It is the second longest street in Liberty City. It runs from the southern end of East Holland to the southern end of The Exchange/Castle Gardens, running through East Holland, Lancaster, Middle Park East, Hatton Gardens, Lancet, Easton, Presidents City, Lower Easton, Fishmarket North, Fishmarket South, Chinatown and the The Exchange/Castle Gardens. in Algonquin. It, by location, is likely based on New York's First Avenue.

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  • The name of the street may be derived from the capital of real-life New York State, Albany.
  • It may also be named after the real-life Albany Avenue, in Brooklyn.

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