Visit Arlington County and the Arlington County Courthouse

May 20, 2022

Location: 1425 Courthouse Road / 14th Street North
Built: 1991– 1994
Style: Modern
Architect: Hanson Lind Meyer Design
Contractor: Ellinwood + Machado

Description: The two buildings face west and are thirteen story concrete and glass structures. The buildings are located in the center of Arlington. The buildings are a post-tensioned concrete flat slab design. The windows are vertical with panels between the stories. The west side of the courthouse section has a glass paneled center section. The roof lines are flat. On the south side is the Arlington County Courthouse with main entrance on the north side facing a plaza between the buildings. The building houses the County Circuit Court, County General District Court and County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court of the 17th Judicial Circuit. On the north side of the plaza is the Arlington County Justice Center (Jail).

SOURCE: American Courthouses | Courthouses.co

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