Commonwealth Avenue is an avenue which may refer to:
- in Australia
- Commonwealth Avenue, Canberra
- in the Philippines
- in Singapore
- Commonwealth Avenue, Singapore
- in the United States (by state)
- Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts
- Commonwealth Avenue Historic District (Newton, Massachusetts), listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP)
- Commonwealth Avenue Historic District (North Attleborough, Massachusetts), listed on the NRHP
|This article includes a list of roads, streets, highways, or other routes that are associated with the same title.
Other articles related to "commonwealth avenue, avenue":
... Commonwealth Avenue Historic District is a historic district roughly on Commonwealth Avenue from Walnut Street to Waban Hill Road in Newton, Massachusetts ...
... The Luzon Avenue is a 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi), 4-lane divided/undivided municipal road that serves as the main thoroughfare of the Holy Spirit district of Quezon City ... of the road is a junction with the Commonwealth Avenue ... (2,790 ft) portion of the road from the Congressional Avenue to Commonwealth Avenue is designated as a portion of the C-5 Road ...
... announced his 15-year old plan to link Commonwealth Avenue Quirino Highway at the cost of P20 million to P140 million, which would be adjacent to Zabarte Road ...
... House at 2212 Commonwealth Avenue is a historic house at 2212 Commonwealth Avenue in Newton, Massachusetts ...
... of the campus in Brookline, Harvard Avenue offers independent and foreign films at Coolidge Corner Theatre, and author readings at the Brookline Booksmith ... The George Sherman Student Union at 775 Commonwealth Avenue hosts concerts and performers at "BU Central" and Metcalf Hall ... Company at the BU Theatre (264 Huntington Avenue), as well as Boston Playwrights' Theatre ...
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