Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Building
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Building

Martin Luther King Jr. Federal Building
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Alternative namesUnited States Post Office, Federal Annex
General information
TypeGovernment offices
Location77 Forsyth Street SW
Atlanta, Georgia
Coordinates33°45?12?N 84°23?46?W / 33.7532°N 84.3961°W / 33.7532; -84.3961Coordinates: 33°45?12?N 84°23?46?W / 33.7532°N 84.3961°W / 33.7532; -84.3961
OwnerGeneral Services Administration
ManagementGeneral Services Administration
Roof116.74 m (383.0 ft)
Technical details
Floor count10
Floor area291,025 sq ft (27,037.1 m2)
Design and construction
ArchitectA. Ten Eyck Brown
DeveloperGeneral Services Administration

The Martin Luther King Jr. Federal Building (shorter form King Federal Building) is a building in Atlanta, Georgia. It was completed in 1933 in Modernist style for the United States Postal Service, and is now used as office accommodation by the United States Federal Government. It is included in the National Register of Historic Places.[1]

The building was constructed by the Work Projects Administration, a New Deal agency, reflecting the expansion of Federal activity at that time. It was located adjacent to Terminal Station in Spring Street, and mail was transferred via tunnels from the railroad network, which then handled most long-distance mail.[1] Later the building became a Federal office building, receiving its present name in 1988. The General Services Administration (GSA) undertook renovation in 2012, as far as possible in line with current "green building" criteria.[2]


  1. ^ a b Martin Luther King Jr. Federal Building, Atlanta, GA, GSA (US General Services Administration).
  2. ^ Jim Nicolow and Susan Turner, "GSA Rehabilitates Historic King Federal Building in Atlanta", FacilitiesNet, October 2012, TradePress.

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