Washington has three Court of Appeals divisions with locations at Seattle, Spokane and Tacoma.
Location: 600 University Street / 6th Avenue
Built: 1979 – 1981
Style: Modern Highrise
Architect: TRA Architects
Contractor: Hoffman Construction Company and Turner Construction
Description: The building faces west and is a thirty-six story concrete and glass structure. The building rises from the concrete plaza of One Union Square in the city center. The building has horizontal windows and a silver colored cladding. The Washington Court of Appeals – Division 1 office is located on the south side of the main story. The Court of Appeals Chamber is located within the building.
See: For the county courthouse see King County.
Court of Appeals – Seattle
Location: 500 North Cedar Street / Summit Parkway
Built: 1978 – 1979
Description: The building faces west and is a one story red colored brick and concrete structure. The building has a covered porch on the west side with recessed entrance. The roof line is flat. The building houses the Washington Court of Appeals – Division 3. The building was constructed as a commercial building and converted in 1981.
See: For the county courthouse see Spokane County
Court of Appeals – Spokane
Description: The building faces north. The building houses the Washington Court of Appeals – Division 2 on the third story.
See: For the county courthouse see Pierce County
Court of Appeals – Tacoma
Photos taken 2016