I've encountered several buildings (mostly duplexes, from what I can tell) that are on corners, with one entrance on each street, and addresses on both streets. Say it's on the corner of Alice street and Bob street, and one entrance is 123 Alice, and the other is 45678 Bob. I suppose if there's a clear separation between parts of the building I could split it, but what if it's not clear?

asked 08 Sep, 03:58

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Instead of tagging the address to the building you can also tag it to separate nodes inside the building outline or on its outline. If you like you can also tag the entrances (entrance=main) and add the address there.

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answered 08 Sep, 07:54

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That makes sense. Thanks!

(09 Sep, 21:42) KelsonV
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