I handle the web site for a restaurant. This restaurant, part of a chain, has been around for 20 years and, when it first opened in 1995, the Yellow Pages was where you found such places. Their address is 111 Strip Mall Drive and no one would know where that was so, instead, they list and advertise their address as 200 Main Street and everyone in town would know about where that is.
However, 200 Main street doesn't really exist and, on any street map, is technically the next intersection shortly down the street, though you can see their sign from there. The problem is, I'm betting someone enters 200 Main Street into Google Maps and then complains they can't find it!
We did try "200 Main Street, The Strip Mall" but that still doesn't seem satisfactory and I'd rather show just one address.
So the quandry is over whether it's more important to show the well known 200 Main Street on the web site, cause everyone will know where you are, or to show the actual street address to satisfy online maps like Google Maps.