Across Kiogak Street from the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation office building is another large office building, which houses the Alaska Court System. Constructed in 1985, this three-story building also has an open corner with a cylindrical glass element sheltering the entrances—a variant of the high-tech arctic entry. The gray-stained wood siding is broken by banded windows.
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Alaska Court System Building
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