Anytime we respond with an address, it will always be in this model. There may times when many of the fields are
null, such as when a large carrier gives us a tracking update with only the
state fields. We'll attempt to populate the address object with as much data as possible.
The description of the model.
The ID of the address, generated by hashing its properties.
Name of the city.
An array of latitude and longitude components. Will be
The full name of the country, e.g: United States
Two character ISO country code, e.g: US
The full string of the address, e.g: 500 7th Ave, Fl 10, New York, NY, 10018
The street line 1.
The street line 2, usually a unit number.
Also referred to as zip code.
The full name of the state, e.g: California
The abbreviation of the state if it exists, e.g: CA
formatted_address but with line breaks to add the address into a textarea input. The
line2 will be removed from the textarea property. This is because the autocomplete does not generate a unit number and the
<form/> element displayed to a user will typically include another input asking for the
tz database timezone name, e.g: America/Los_Angeles
If this address was verified.
The hash of the address. This hash is calculated in the same way as the hash that calculates the ID, however it does not include the
line2 value. This way, you can determine if two addresses are in the same building.