Michigan Federal Buildings

Exterior night shot of the Port Huron U.S. CourthouseIn Michigan, more than 11,000 federal tenants reside in six million square feet of space, including five international land ports of entry (border stations) and six federal courthouses. 

Among the courthouses, Port Huron's Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse (pictured) is the oldest GSA-managed building in the Great Lakes Region.

For any facility-related questions, concerns, or requests, contact the Michigan Service Center at top right. For other federal government information, call 1-800-FED-INFO.

City Building Name
Street Address (Zip Code)
Service Desk Phone
Ann Arbor Federal Building
200 East Liberty Street (48104)
269-425-3350
Battle Creek Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center
74 N. Washington Avenue (49037)
269-425-3350
Detroit Federal Building
985 Michigan Avenue (48226)
313-226-4910
  Rosa Parks Federal Building
333 Mt. Elliott Street (48207)
313-226-2547
  Patrick V. McNamara Federal Building
477 Michigan Avenue (48226)
313-226-4910
  Theodore Levin U.S. Courthouse
231 W. Lafayette Boulevard (48226)
313-226-2547
  U.S. Customs Cargo Inspection Facility
2810 W. Fort Street (48216)
313-226-2547
Flint Federal Building
600 Church Street (48502)
616-456-2367
Grand Rapids Gerald R. Ford Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse
110 Michigan Street NW (49503)
616-456-2367
Kalamazoo Federal Building, Post Office & U.S. Courthouse
410 W. Michigan Avenue (49007)
616-456-2367
Lansing Charles E. Chamberlain Federal Building & Post Office
315 W. Allegan Street (48933)
616-456-2367
Port Huron Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse
526 Water Street (48060)
313-226-2547
Saginaw Social Security Administration Building
611 E. Genesee Avenue (48607)
616-456-2367
Sault Ste. Marie U.S. Border Station
900 I-75 Bridge Plaza (49783)
616-456-2367

 

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Last Reviewed 2016-08-07