Date of Establishment: 1913
Architectural Style: Neo-Classical Revival
Current Function: Washington City Hall
The former United States Post Office and Courthouse boasts a splendid Neo-Classical Revival three-story structure of sandstone and brick laid in Flemish bond. The loggia outside of the courtroom has Corinthian columns, an arched entrance and elaborate ornamental trim. The building was designed by architect James Knox Taylor and opened in 1913. In 1981 the city of Washington moved its offices here to become City Hall.