5 Post Office Square
The John W. McCormack Post Office and Courthouse is a 22-story Art Deco building operated by the General Services Administration of the Federal Government. It has recently undergone extensive renovations and modernizations that restored the former Post Office area to its original condition and converted it to be used as office space. The historic courtrooms and library were also preserved and remain a functional Federal Courthouse with the U. S. Bankruptcy Court. These recent efforts spearheaded by Goody Clancy Architects and the Suffolk Construction Company resulted in saving nearly 75% of the building from demolition. Hromadka Associates has been involved in resolving claims that were a result of the recent modernization and renovations.