Charles A. Halleck Federal Building
230 N. 4th Street
Lafayette, IN 47901
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The Charles A. Halleck Federal Building – located on the edge of Lafayette’s central business district and originally constructed as a U.S. post office – is used primarily for court proceedings, though it still contains a postal station.
Property Managers: Nancy "Patricia" Gonzalez and Fred Peller
Public Hours: 7 a.m.– 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (except federal holidays) and Saturday from 7 a.m.– noon (post office access only)
For building service calls and more information, use contacts at top right. For other federal government information, call 1-800-FED-INFO.
Public Parking and Transportation
The building has available outdoor parking and is accessible by public transportation via CityBus [nongovernment site].
The U.S. District Court, Court of Appeals, and Bankruptcy Court are the building's main tenants. Other tenants include GSA, the U.S. Postal Service, U.S. Marshals, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Congressman Todd Rokita, and an outlease. In the most recent (2015) Tenant Satisfaction Survey, 100% of respondents gave a rating of four or five (on a five-point scale) for the building and GSA services.
History and Architecture
The land where the Halleck Federal Building stands was conveyed to the government in 1891, and in 1983 the building was named for Charles Abraham Halleck, who represented the 2nd District of Indiana in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1935 to 1969. Designed in the Art Deco style, the two-story building features Indiana limestone and carved ornamentation on its exterior and marble and metal details within its lobby. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places.