It's the end of an era. For decades, Burger King reigned from a prime piece of property at the busy intersection of Sixth Avenue, Broadway and Speer Boulevard. But the fast-food joint has closed, and the property is up for sale.
See also: Burger King: Where's the effin' beef?
We stopped by the site yesterday, and snapped these shots: The King is dead...
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