U.S. District Court, Jacksonville, Historic Courthouse and Post Office
The 1933 United States Courthouse is an adaption of Art Deco and Renaissance Revival designs. A massive building occupying an entire city block, the U.S. Courthouse is finished with granite and limestone. Because it was also originally used as a U.S. Post Office, the building contains an interesting design feature depicting four modes of postal transportation: train, airplane, ship, and stagecoach. The 1933 courthouse will be a part of the Duval County Courthouse complex.
Year Built: 1933
Architectural Style: Art Deco, Renaissance Revival
Street Address: 311 Monroe Street West
Federal District: Middle District of Florida