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Fifth Avenue

Fifth Avenue is a major thoroughfare in the center of the borough of Manhattan in New York City, United States. The section of Fifth Avenue that crosses Midtown Manhattan, especially that between 49th Street and 60th Street, is lined with prestigious shops and is consistently ranked among the most expensive shopping streets in the world. The "most expensive street in the world" moniker changes depending on currency fluctuations and local economic conditions from year to year....

Fifth Street (Metromover station)

Fifth Street is a Metromover station in the urban neighborhood of Brickell in Downtown, Miami, Florida. This station is located on Southeast Fifth Street near First Avenue. It opened to service May 26, 1994. Places of interest Brickell Park Miami Circle Brickell on the River (North Tower & South Tower) 1800 Club 444 Rivergate Plaza 550 Brickell Medical Building Icon Brickell Towers Viceroy Tower U.S....

Fifth Third Field (Dayton)

Fifth Third Field is a minor league baseball stadium in Dayton, Ohio, which is the home of the Dayton Dragons, a Midwest League team and a Single-A affiliate of the nearby Cincinnati Reds. As in the case of another stadium in Toledo, the Ohio-based Fifth Third Bank purchased the naming rights to the facility....

Fifth Third Field (Toledo)

Fifth Third Field is the name of a minor league baseball stadium in Toledo, Ohio. The facility is home to the Toledo Mud Hens, an International League team and the Triple-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. The stadiums seats 10,300 and opened in 2002. It hosted the 2006 Triple-A All-Star Game and home run derby. The stadium was named one of the best minor league ballparks in America by Newsweek. In the summer of 2007, ESPN.com rated The Roost section of Fifth Third Field as the best seats to watch a game in minor league baseball....

Fifth Third Bank Ballpark

Fifth Third Bank Ballpark is a baseball field located in Geneva, Illinois. The stadium was built in 1991 and holds 7,400 people. It is the home of the Kane County Cougars. History Fifth Third Bank Ballpark was originally named after Philip B. Elfstrom, the former Kane County Forest Preserve President, and the person most responsible for bringing minor league baseball to Kane County. The Forest Preserve's Elfstrom Stadium serves as the friendly home of the Kane County Cougars, a Chicago Cubs affiliated Class A minor league baseball team....

995 Fifth Avenue

995 Fifth Avenue is a 16-story co-op apartment building at 995 Fifth Avenue and East 81st Street in New York City, across Fifth Avenue from Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.[1] It was constructed in 1926 as The Stanhope Apartment Hotel and designed by Rosario Candela. The building was converted to a residential co-op with 27 units in 2005 and renamed The Stanhope. It has since been renamed simply 995 Fifth Avenue. History The Stanhope Apartment Hotel opened in 1927 under the ownership of the 955 Fifth Avenue Corporation....

Fifth Battle of the Isonzo

The Fifth Battle of the Isonzo was fought from March 9–15, 1916 between the armies of the Kingdom of Italy and those of Austria-Hungary. The Italians, under immense pressure from the French commanders, had decided to launch another offensive on the Soča (Isonzo) River. Background After four attempts to cross the Soča (Isonzo) river and invade Austro-Hungarian territory, Luigi Cadorna, the Italian commander-in-chief, organized a strong new offensive following the winter lull in fighting which had allowed the Italian High Command to regroup and organize 8 new divisions for the front....

Fifth principal meridian

The fifth principal meridian starts from the old mouth of the Arkansas River, and, with the base line running west from the old mouth of the St....

Fifth Street Towers

The Fifth Street Towers is a complex of two buildings in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Fifth Street Towers I was completed in 1987 and is 356 ft (108 m) tall and has 26 floors. Fifth Street Towers II was completed in 1988 and is 504 ft (153 m) tall and has 36 floors. At one time MAIR Holdings had its headquarters in Suite 1360 of Fifth Street Towers II. It was purchased in 2007 by a UK-based company, StratREAL for $294 million on behalf of an unnamed client but sold in May 2012 for $110 million following a mortgage default by the borrower....

Fifth and Columbia Tower

Fifth and Columbia Tower is a 660ft (201m) tall skyscraper approved for construction in Seattle, Washington. It will consist of 43 floors and be completed in 2016. It was designed by Zimmer Gunsul Frasca and is being developed by Daniels Real Estate. When the building is completed it will be the fifth tallest building in Seattle, and the tallest building completed since 1990. To achieve LEED Gold standards it will have a system to capture rainwater for reuse, a "living wall" where plants grown in Columbia Street facade, and a rooftop solar energy equipment....

Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist (Seattle, Washington): The former Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist, located at 3515 South Alaska Street (corner of 36th Avenue, South) in the Columbia City neighborhood in the Rainier Valley area of Seattle, Washington, i...

Fulton Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): Fulton Street was a station on the demolished section of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. Served by trains of the BMT Culver Line and BMT Fifth Avenue Line, it had two tracks and one island platform. The ...

Saint Marks Avenue (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): Saint Marks Avenue was a station on the demolished section of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. Served by trains of the BMT Culver Line and BMT Fifth Avenue Line. it had 2 tracks and 2 side platforms. The ...

Union Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): Union Street was a station on the demolished section of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. Served by trains of the BMT Culver Line and BMT Fifth Avenue Line, it had 2 tracks and 2 side platforms. The statio...

Third Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): 3rd Street was a station on the demolished section of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. Served by trains of the BMT Culver Line and BMT Fifth Avenue Line, and had 2 tracks and 1 island platform. The statio...

Ninth Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): Ninth Street was a station on the demolished section of New York City Subway's BMT Fifth Avenue Line. Served by trains of the BMT Culver Line and BMT Fifth Avenue Line, and had 2 tracks and 1 island...

16th Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): 16th Street was a station on the demolished section of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It was served by trains of the BMT Culver Line and BMT Fifth Avenue Line and had 2 tracks and 1 island platform. The...

20th Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): 20th Street was a station on the demolished section of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It was served by trains of the BMT Culver Line and BMT Fifth Avenue Line, and had 2 tracks and 1 island platform. Th...

25th Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): 25th Street was a station on the now demolished BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It was served by trains of the BMT Culver Line and BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It had two tracks and one island platform. The statio...

36th Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): 36th Street was a station on the demolished section of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It was served by trains of the BMT Culver Line and BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It had four tracks and two island platform...

40th Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): 40th Street was a station on the now demolished BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It was served by trains of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It had two tracks and one island platform. The station was built on Octob...

46th Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): 46th Street was a station on the demolished BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It was served by trains of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It had 2 tracks and 1 island platform. The station was built on October 1, 18...

52nd Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): 52nd Street was a station on the demolished section of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It was served by trains of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line, it had 2 tracks and 1 island platform. The station was opened ...

59th Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): 59th Street was the penultimate station on the demolished section of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It was served by trains of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line, and had two tracks and one island platform. The s...

65th Street Terminal (BMT Fifth Avenue Line): 65th Street Terminal was a station on the demolished section of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It was served by trains of the BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It had two tracks and one island platform. The statio...

Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist (New York City): Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist is an historic Classical Revival-style Christian Science church building located at 9 East 43rd Street near Madison Avenue and Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan, N...

810 Fifth Avenue: 810 Fifth Avenue is a luxury residential housing cooperative in Manhattan, New York City. 810 Fifth is located on the northeast corner of East 62nd Street, across the street from the Knickerbocker Clu...

880 Fifth Avenue: 880 Fifth Avenue is a luxury apartment building on Fifth Avenue at the northeast corner of 69th Street in New York City. It was the final building by architect Emery Roth. The developers were Harold ...

907 Fifth Avenue: 907 Fifth Avenue is a luxury residential housing cooperative in Manhattan, New York City. The twelve-story, limestone-faced building is located at Fifth Avenue and 72nd Street on a site once occupied ...

The View on Fifth: The View on Fifth, formerly the Milroy Apartments, is the fifth tallest building in Saskatoon, Canada, and located in the Central Business District. The building was originally constructed as rental ...

Fifth Street Viaduct: The Fifth Street Viaduct or the Fifth Street Bridge, officially the Curtis Holt Sr. Bridge, is a bridge crossing Bacon's Quarter Branch in the Shockoe Valley of Richmond, Virginia in the United State...

998 Fifth Avenue: 998 Fifth Avenue is a luxury cooperative in Manhattan, New York and it is located on Fifth Avenue at the Northeast corner of East 81st Street on the Upper East Side. Design The, 12-story building wa...

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