J. Marvin Jones Federal Building and Mary Lou Robinson United States Courthouse
The J. Marvin Jones Federal Building and Mary Lou Robinson United States Courthouse, located at 205 East Fifth Street, was built in 1939. It sits on 1.32 acres in the middle of the Amarillo central business district.
It is made of concrete and steel with a limestone veneer. The exterior of the building boasts large rectangular granite planters in the front complemented with an aluminum railing. In the lobby is a beautiful yellow terrazzo floor along with extremely unusual wormhole marble covering the lobby walls. Murals by Julius Woeltz adorn the top part of each wall in the lobby.
Read in-depth historical information about the J. Marvin Jones Federal Building and Mary Lou Robinson United States Courthouse, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This building located in Congressional District 13 and has 62,615 square feet of rentable space. The building's amenities include four floors, parking, and a small vending area. It primarily houses the U.S. Courts and related agencies.