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N VA 495 E/I-95 N. Ext 176B for VA-241 N/Telegraph Rd toward Alexandria. Continue going straight, and then bear ?R? to exit onto Duke St.E. USPTO Office on your ?R? 2 stone lions marks the entrance. Turn ?R? onto John Carlyle Street @ the traffic circle, take the 2nd ?exit? to continue on John Carlyle Turn ?R? into the E. Parking Garage After parking; elevator to the P3 level. Exit the glass double-doors and walk across the bridge (playground to your ?R?) @ the end of the bridge, turn ?R? and proceed to the Jeff Bldg, located @ 500 Dulany St. From DC: George Washington Pkwy S. towards Reagan Airport. The pkwy turns into Washington St. Turn ?R?onto Duke St. Turn ?L? onto John Carlyle St. @ the traffic circle, take the 2nd?exit? to continue on John Carlyle. Turn ?R? into the E. Parking Garage. After parking, elevator to the P3 level. Exit through the glass double-doors & walk across the bridge playground to your ?R? end of the bridge, turn ?R? & proceed to the Jeff Bldg, 500 Dulany St.
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    500 Dulany Street, Alexandria, VA 22314

  • Phone: 571-272-2880
  • Hours of Operation: M-F: 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Ages Served: Infants, Toddlers, Preschool, Kindergarten Prep,

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