FRANK E. MOSS FEDERAL COURTHOUSE
The Frank E. Moss Courthouse can no longer meet the expanding needs of the U.S. Federal Courts and will be replaced by a new courthouse located on the same site. Initial site studies were completed in 2004 and the design process has begun.
The U.S. District Courthouse will house the U.S. District Court, U.S. Probation ad the U.S. Marshal's Service. The three-acre site will be located between 300 and 400 South, between Main Street and West Temple. Its 367,188 square feet will include nine district and five magistrate courtrooms with chambers and office support spaces.
Construction on the new courthouse is well underway. The building is taking shape with several floors now structured. The 10-story, 200-foot high building is estimated to take three years to complete. The courthouse will be built to achieve LEED Gold certification.
New owners of the Odd Fellows Building are working on renovations to the building including seismic upgrades. Work continues on internal upgrades to ready the building for occupancy, expected by the end of the year.
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Square Footage: 367,188
Opening Date: 2013
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