Where City Meets The Sea

 

An architectural splendor on Boston Harbor stands this vibrant American landmark. Where the charisma of Boston meets the open sea. Where more space is dedicated to public use than any other Federal Courthouse in the nation. Where you and your guests can enjoy distinctive meeting & special event spaces with breathtaking panoramic harbor and city skyline views.

 

Welcome to the John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse.

History

 

The John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse was completed in 1998. This magnificent building is located on the Fan Pier waterfront site, overlooking historic Boston Harbor. It serves as the headquarters for the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, housing twenty-seven courtrooms in all. The building is named in honor of Congressman Moakley, a public servant and life-long South Boston resident.

Design

 

The Courthouse was designed by renowned architect, Henry Cobb, who’s work includes the John Hancock Tower in Boston, Massachusetts, Johnson & Johnson World Headquarters in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and the new headquarters for the International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C. The waterside façade features an 88-foot-tall glass wall surrounding a 2.25-acre public park with dramatic views of the harbor and downtown Boston.

 

 

 

Design

 

The Courthouse was designed by renowned architect, Henry Cobb, who’s work includes the John Hancock Tower in Boston, Massachusetts, Johnson & Johnson World Headquarters in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and the new headquarters for the International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C. The waterside façade features an 88-foot-tall glass wall surrounding a 2.25-acre public park with dramatic views of the harbor and downtown Boston.

 

Location

 

The John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse, home of our Federal courts, is located in the heart of Boston’s waterfront Seaport District on Fan Pier and situated along Boston’s HarborWalk system. The entrance is located on Old Northern Avenue near the intersection of Courthouse Way. The Courthouse is accessible publicly by City Water Taxi, MBTA Silver Line, and Rowes Wharf Water Transport.

Location

 

The John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse, home of our Federal courts, is located in the heart of Boston’s waterfront Seaport District on Fan Pier and situated along Boston’s HarborWalk system. The entrance is located on Old Northern Avenue near the intersection of Courthouse Way. The Courthouse is accessible publicly by City Water Taxi, MBTA Silver Line, and Rowes Wharf Water Transport.

 

Local Area Conveniences

 

 

HOTELS

RESTAURANTS

ATTRACTIONS

Local Area Conveniences

 

Management

 

John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse is owned and managed by the General Services Administration. Under agreement with the General Services Administration (GSA), EMCOR Government Services is charged with providing facility maintenance and public realm programs. EMCOR Government Services, a leader in integrated facility construction, maintenance, and management for some of the nation’s most secure government facilities. The company maintains knowledge centers in energy management, engineering, work management, construction services, quality, and safety.

 

 

Where City Meets The Sea

 

An architectural splendor on Boston Harbor stands this vibrant American landmark. Where the charisma of Boston meets the open sea. Where more space is dedicated to public use than any other Federal Courthouse in the nation. Where you and your guests can enjoy distinctive meeting & special event spaces with breathtaking panoramic harbor and city skyline views.

 

Welcome to the John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse.

History

 

The John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse was completed in 1998. This magnificent building is located on the Fan Pier waterfront site, overlooking historic Boston Harbor. It serves as the headquarters for the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, housing twenty-seven courtrooms in all. The building is named in honor of Congressman Moakley, a public servant and life-long South Boston resident.

 

Design

 

The Courthouse was designed by renowned architect, Henry Cobb, who’s work includes the John Hancock Tower in Boston, Massachusetts, Johnson & Johnson World Headquarters in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and the new headquarters for the International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C. The waterside façade features an 88-foot-tall glass wall surrounding a 2.25-acre public park with dramatic views of the harbor and downtown Boston.

 

Location

 

The John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse, home of our Federal courts, is located in the heart of Boston’s waterfront Seaport District on Fan Pier and situated along Boston’s HarborWalk system. The entrance is located on Old Northern Avenue near the intersection of Courthouse Way. The Courthouse is accessible publicly by City Water Taxi, MBTA Silver Line, and Rowes Wharf Water Transport.

 

Local Area Conveniences

 

HOTELS

RESTAURANTS

ATTRACTIONS

Management

 

John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse is owned and managed by the General Services Administration. Under agreement with the General Services Administration (GSA), EMCOR Government Services is charged with providing facility maintenance and public realm programs. EMCOR Government Services, a leader in integrated facility construction, maintenance, and management for some of the nation’s most secure government facilities. The company maintains knowledge centers in energy management, engineering, work management, construction services, quality, and safety.