U.S. District Courthouse (Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center)

The historical federal courthouse was originally constructed as a United States Post Office in 1933. The Neo-Classical Revival design is framed by eight ionic columns. The Courthouse was constructed of coral rock mined from the Florida Keys. It is one of only two buildings in Florida constructed in this manner; the other is the United States Post Office in Key West. It is listed in the National Register of Historical Places. Today it is the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center.
Year Built: 1933
Architectural Style: Neo-Classical Revival, Coral Rock
Phone Number: 239-461-2000
Street Address: 2301 1st. Street
City: Fort Myers
Federal District: Middle District of Florida