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Battin Federal Courthouse

Courtroom

Courtroom

Courtroom in the former Battin Federal Courthouse. Kono, which now owns the building, hopes to lease the courtrooms to the city or county. They also plan to pitch it to churches, which could use it as worship space.

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Kono Building tour

Kono Building tour

The old Battin Federal Courthouse is now the Kono building. A brief tour.

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The Kono building at 4th Ave. N and 27th St.

The Kono building at 4th Ave. N and 27th St.

The former Battin Federal Courthouse will be known as the Kono building in Billings Tuesday Feb. 18, 2014.

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The Kono building

The Kono building

The former Battin Federal Building will be known as the Kono Building.

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Judges chambers

Judges chambers

Judges chambers in the former Battin Federal Courthouse. Kono, which now owns the building, hopes to lease it for office space.

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Kono's Annette Perez

Kono's Annette Perez

Kono Corp. COO Annette Perez shows off one of the courtrooms in the former Battin Federal Courthouse, which now has been renamed the Kono Building.

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Annette Perez

Annette Perez

Kono Corp.’s COO Annette Perez talks about the former Battin Federal Courthouse on Tuesday. She hopes to lease out the building for office space.

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Old federal courthouse appraised at $13.1 million

Old federal courthouse appraised at $13.1 million

What is the old federal courthouse in downtown Billings worth?

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Battle for courthouse resumes Friday in online auction

Battle for courthouse resumes Friday in online auction

3:28 p.m.: Bidder 3 holds the top bid of 2.58 million made at 2:59 p.m.

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For sale signs

For sale signs

A sale sign sits in front of the James F. Battin Federal Building.

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Free with purchase

Free with purchase

A large metal sculpture by artist Lyndon Pomeroy in 1966 goes with the sale of the James F. Battin Federal Building on Wednesday.

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Seeing the sights

Seeing the sights

Kimberly Barnett, of the General Services Administration, gives potential buyers a tour of the James F. Battin Federal Building parking garage on Wednesday.

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Federal Courthouse tour

Federal Courthouse tour

Kimberly Barnett, of the General Services Administration, gives potential buyers a tour of the James F. Battin Federal Building on Wednesday.

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Looking around

Looking around

Kimberly Barnett, of the General Services Administration, gives potential buyers a tour of the James F. Battin Federal Building on Wednesday.

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Potential buyers tour

Potential buyers tour

Kimberly Barnett, of the General Services Administration, gives potential buyers a tour of the James F. Battin Federal Building on Wednesday.

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Mechanical room on tour

Mechanical room on tour

Kimberly Barnett, of the General Services Administration, gives potential buyers a tour of the James F. Battin Federal Building on Wednesday.

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In the parking garage

In the parking garage

Kimberly Barnett, of the General Services Administration, gives potential buyers a tour of the James F. Battin Federal Building on Wednesday.

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For sale signs

For sale signs

A sale sign sits in front of the James F. Battin Federal Building on Wednesday.

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Here's your warning sign

Here's your warning sign

An asbestos warning sign is displayed during a tour of the James F. Battin Federal Building on Wednesday.

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Federal building

Federal building

The asbestos-laden James F. Battin Federal Building was sold in an online auction to Colorado Tire Corp. of Tacoma, Wash. Colorado Tire paid $3.275 million for the building.

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