Lee H. Hamilton Federal Building and US Courthouse
121 W. Spring Street
New Albany, IN 47150
View map [nongovernment site]
Located in the central business district of New Albany, Indiana, the Lee H. Hamilton Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse was officially named in 2001 for former congressman Lee Herbert Hamilton, who served from 1965-99.
Property Manager: Katie Whittle
Public Hours: 8 a.m.– 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (except federal holidays)
For more building information or service calls, use contacts at top right. For other federal government information, call toll-free 1-844-USA-GOV1.
The main entrance is on Spring Street. All visitors must undergo security screening and present a valid identity card (see Real ID) before gaining access to the building.
Parking and Public Transportation
Though the courthouse offers no public parking, visitors can use the commercial parking lot adjacent to the south side of the building. Public bus transportation is available through TARC [nongovernment site].
Major tenants include the U.S. Bankruptcy and District courts. The courthouse also houses offices for the FBI and U.S. Attorneys, Marshals, Trustees, and Probation.
History and Architecture
In 1966 New Albany's Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse was built to replace the city's original U.S. Post Office and Federal Building constructed in 1887. The current building's repetitive arches and surrounding portico are said to pay homage to the steamboats associated with New Albany's history.
The shortcut for this building is www.gsa.gov/hamiltonfbct.