You can follow this AP Style guide for writing addresses in a specific manner.
Use of Abbreviations
Ave., Blvd., and St. are some common address abbreviations. You can only use these address abbreviations with numbered addresses or when there is a number in your address. For example,
• Address: 1200 California Ave.
However, when there is no reference of number in your address, it is necessary to write full name (Avenue) by capitalizing it. For example,
• Address: California Avenue.
Furthermore, if you are coming across with more than one street name or when avenue is used alone in your text, then you should write the full name without capitalizing it. For example,
• You can find out the bank branches on California and Warner avenues.
The words like alley, drive, circle, road, etc., are always used with their full names. If you are using any of these words with a formal name without any number, you should capitalize it. Otherwise, if it is used alone or with more than one names, then it is necessary to lowercase it. For example,
• Go to Florida Road.
• Bank branches are located on Breton and Florida roads.
Note: Use figures in your addresses. For instance,
1200 California Ave. (Correct)
Twelve hundred California Ave. (Wrong)
Rule to Write Numbered Streets
If you are giving reference a number with street names, then you should capitalize and write full spellings from ‘First’ to ‘Ninth’. Otherwise, you have to use two-letter figures (i.e. 29th, 22nd, etc.)
• Go to Second St.
• Go to 12th St.
If you are writing an address mentioning compass points with a number, then you can abbreviate that compass point. However, if there will be no number, then no need to abbreviate a compass point.
• Address: 1200 E. California Ave.
• Address: East California Avenue.