List of United States federal courthouses in New York
Following is a list of current and former courthouses of the United States federal court system located in New York. Each entry indicates the name of the building along with an image, if available, its location and the jurisdiction it covers, the dates during which it was used for each such jurisdiction, and, if applicable the person for whom it was named, and the date of renaming. Dates of use will not necessarily correspond with the dates of construction or demolition of a building, as pre-existing structures may be adapted or court use, and former court buildings may later be put to other uses. Also, the official name of the building may be changed at some point after its use as a federal court building has been initiated.
|Courthouse||City||Image||Street address||Jurisdiction||Dates of use||Named for|
|U.S. Custom House & Post Office||Albany||?||N.D.N.Y.||1884-1935
Now in use by the New York State Education Department.
|James T. Foley U.S. Courthouse||Albany||445 Broadway||N.D.N.Y.||1933-present||U.S. District Judge James T. Foley|
|U.S. Post Office & Courthouse||Auburn||157 Genesee Street||N.D.N.Y.||1888-c. 1980
Now owned by Cayuga County.
|U.S. Post Office & Court House||Binghamton||?||N.D.N.Y.||1891-1935
Razed in 1942.
|U.S. Post Office & Court House||Binghamton||15 Henry Street||N.D.N.Y.||1935-present||n/a|
|Conrad B. Duberstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse||Brooklyn||271 Cadman Plaza, East||E.D.N.Y.||1892-1964
Still in use as a bankruptcy courthouse. Also houses a post office on lower levels.
|Bankruptcy judge Conrad B. Duberstein (2009)|
|Emanuel Celler U.S. Courthouse||Brooklyn||Cadman Plaza East||E.D.N.Y.||?-present||U.S. Rep. Emanuel Celler|
|U.S. Custom House||Buffalo||Washington & Seneca Streets||N.D.N.Y.
Razed in 1965.
|U.S. Post Office||Buffalo||121 Ellicott Street||W.D.N.Y.||1901-1936
Now owned by Erie Community College.
|Michael J. Dillon Memorial U.S. Courthouse||Buffalo||68 Court Street||W.D.N.Y.||1936-2011||Murdered IRS agent Michael J. Dillon (1986)|
|Robert H. Jackson United States Courthouse||Buffalo||Niagara Square||W.D.N.Y.||2011-present
Upon completion, the building was the most expensive government building in the history of Western New York
|Robert H. Jackson United States Attorney General and Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court|
|Ontario County Court House
(space leased by the U.S. gov't)
|Canandaigua||27 North Main Street||N.D.N.Y.
Still in use as the Ontario County Courthouse.
|U.S. Post Office & Court House||Canandaigua||28 N. Main St||W.D.N.Y.||1912-?
Now part of the Canandaigua YMCA.
|U.S. Post Office & Court House||Elmira||200 E Church Street||W.D.N.Y.||1903-?
Now owned by the city.
|U.S. Courthouse||Fort Drum||Lewis Avenue and First Street East||N.D.N.Y.||?-present||n/a|
|Alfonse M. D'Amato U.S. Courthouse||Islip||100 Federal Plaza||E.D.N.Y.||2002-present||U.S. Senator Al D'Amato|
|U.S. Post Office||Jamestown||W. 3rd & Washington Streets||W.D.N.Y.||1904-1960
Razed in May, 1963.
|U.S. Post Office||Jamestown||300 E 3rd St||W.D.N.Y.||1960-?
Now used by the IRS
|U.S. Post Office||Lockport||1 East Avenue||W.D.N.Y.||1904-1916
Still in use as a post office.
|Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse||Manhattan||40 Centre Street
(in Foley Square)
|S.D.N.Y., 2d Cir.||1936-present
Renovated in 1999.
|Associate Justice Thurgood Marshall (2001)|
|James L. Watson Court of International Trade Building||Manhattan||1 Federal Plaza||C.I.T. (nationwide)||1967-present||Customs Court judge James L. Watson|
|Daniel Patrick Moynihan U.S. Courthouse||Manhattan||500 Pearl Street
(in Foley Square)
|S.D.N.Y||1994-present||U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (2000)|
|City Hall Post Office and Courthouse||Manhattan||?||S.D.N.Y.||1880-1939||n/a|
|U.S. Court House & Post Office||Manhattan||?||S.D.N.Y.
Completed in 1880;
razed in 1939.
|Federal Building and Post Office||Brooklyn||271 Cadman Plaza, East||S.D.N.Y.||1885-present||n/a|
|Theodore Roosevelt U.S. Courthouse||Brooklyn||225 Cadman Plaza East||E.D.N.Y.||2006-present||President Theodore Roosevelt (2008)|
|U.S. Post Office & Court House||Rochester||30 Church Street||N.D.N.Y.
Now Rochester City Hall.
|Kenneth B. Keating Federal Building||Rochester||100 State Street||W.D.N.Y.||1973-present||U.S. Sen. Kenneth Keating|
|U.S. Court House & Post Office||Syracuse||?||N.D.N.Y.||1900-1928
Completed in 1889; razed in 1949.
|U.S. Court House & Post Office||Utica||258 Genesee Street||N.D.N.Y.||1882-present||n/a|
|Alexander Pirnie Federal Building||Utica||258 Genesee Street||N.D.N.Y.||1929-present
constructed on the site of the earlier Post Office
|U.S. Rep. Alexander Pirnie|
|Charles L. Brieant, Jr. Federal Bldg & U.S. Courthouse||White Plains||300 Quarropas Street||S.D.N.Y.||1983-Present||District Court judge Charles L. Brieant (2008)|
|†||Listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP)|
|††||NRHP-listed and also designated as a National Historic Landmark|
- For the usage of court abbreviations, see List of United States district and territorial courts.
- Third largest U.S. courthouse in the country, at 870,000 square feet (81,000 m2)
- Second largest U.S. courthouse in the country, at 974,000 square feet (90,000 m2). DANIEL PATRICK MOYNIHAN UNITED STATES COURTHOUSE - (Senate - May 04, 2000)
- Historic federal courthouses in New York from the Federal Judicial Center
- New York Federal Buildings from the General Services Administration
- Eastern District of New York court locator
- Northern District of New York court locator
- Southern District of New York website, listing courthouses
- Western District of New York court locator
- U.S. Marshals Service Eastern District of New York Courthouse Locations
- U.S. Marshals Service Northern District of New York Courthouse Locations
- U.S. Marshals Service Southern District of New York Courthouse Locations
- U.S. Marshals Service Western District of New York Courthouse Locations