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North Carolina Court of Appeals



Location:  1 West Morgan Street / Fayetteville Street Mall

Built: 1911 – 1913

Style:  French Renaissance

Architect:  Philip Thornton Marye of Atlanta, Georgia and Frank Simpson

Contractor: Unknown


Description: The building faces north and is a five story gray limestone structure.  The building is located in the center of Raleigh opposite the State House. The Court of Appeals is located in the building which is named the State Administration Building. The building is constructed of Indiana limestone. The building used to house the Supreme Court whicj has moved to the Law and Justice Building on the southeast corner of Morgan Street and Fayetteville Street Mall.


See:  The Court of Appeals is located in Wake County and is close to the North Carolina Supreme Court.



North Carolina State Administration Building – Raleigh







Photos taken 2012 and 2014