Long Island City Courthouse

The Long Island City Courthouse is at 25-10 Court Square in Long Island City, New York City. It was the home of The Criminal Court, County Court, the District Attorney’s office, and the offices of the County Sheriff. The Courthouse is also home to the Civil Term of Supreme Court, Queens County, Jamaica. The courthouse was constructed in 1874 following an architectural design of George Hathorne and was remodeled and increased in 1904 by Peter M. Coco 1904. It was thought to be an important and important building in Queens County.

The Long Island City Courthouse complex was declared a New York City landmark in 1976. It’s been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1983.

The structure was constructed in 1874 by the design of George Hathorne. The location was selected because it was the location where Queens County Seat moved from Jamaica to Long Island City due to access to nearby transportation. An article in Newsday created by Staff reporter Geoffrey Mohan writes of the relocation to Long Island City. Queens County Courthouse from Garden City Park, Nassau County, and the subsequent move into Long Island City. Mohan describes this move within a long period of debate and possible causes that resulted in Nassau County’s dissociation from Queens.

It was renovated and extended by Peter M. Coco in 1904 following a fire that damaged the structure in parts. After the renovation, the structure was raised to four stories to meet the court’s requirements. The courthouse was constructed by what is described as “the Neo-English Renaissance neoclassical and Beaux-Arts style of architecture. It is made from stone, ceramic tile, limestone, steel and. H&J Long Island Junk Removal

Two jails previously existed located in the same building but were replaced by an underground park for cars in 1988. The parking structure was designed by Chicago-based architectural companies Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill. The courthouse and the surrounding complex were given an overhaul and reconstruction in the 2000s. Liz Skalka, a Chronicle reporter, reported on the 24th of August 2006, “The ornate courthouse began undergoing repairs in May that included renovations on its brick exterior and new roofing on the main building and its wings. Both are to protect against water damage. A prominent third-floor third-floor courtroom, noted for its two-story stained glass ceiling, is also being restored and will receive new wooden flooring similar to its original.”

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