The Robert B. Atwood Building is an office building in Downtown Anchorage, Alaska.The building houses government offices for the State of Alaska. Standing at 20 stories and 81 m (265 ft), it is the second-tallest building in Alaska. The building was formerly known as the Bank of America Center. Together with the slightly taller Conoco-Phillips Building, the skyscraper defines Anchorage's skyline.
A landscaped plaza is featured on the building's east side. The single-story basement is used as a parking level. There are nine elevators in the building. Amenities include teleconferencing-enabled conference rooms, vending and break rooms, and a Central mail room.The State of Alaska completed a new parking garage in 2008 across the street from the Robert B. Atwood Building.The building was originally named after the original owner Nelson Bunker Hunt as the Hunt Building. It was renamed the Enserch Center in September 1985 and later renamed again as the Bank of America Center.