The first part of this is the same as Output Asset Attributes to Screen, the difference begins at the end of the ics:listget tag. I have added output="" and added a name. This is the variable to which the attribute will be assigned. This can them be referenced and printed to the screen using the ics:getvar tag and placing the name you used earlier in the name field.
<assetset:setasset name="objAddress" type="Address_Asset" id="<%=ics.GetVar("cid") %>" /> <assetset:getattributevalues name="objAddress" attribute="AddressLine1" listvarname="AddressLine1list" typename="My_Asset" /> <ics:listget listname="AddressLine1list" fieldname="value" output="AddressLine1" /> <ics:getvar name="AddressLine1" />
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