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The New York County Supreme Court was designated as a New York City Landmark in 1966. There is a restaurant nearby called Joe's Shanghai which is 9 minutes walk from here. more »
This courthouse is a cool place to visit - we were told upon entering that it is not the one in the Law and Order intro, but in fact the Criminal Courthouse we visited next door on the same street... more »
If you are into law, architecture of history or a TV/Movie buff this impressive building is well worth a visit. This is iconic NYC building that many will have seen in movies and on TV is absolutely..... more »
The US Passport Acceptance Agency located in the New York County Supreme Court Building at 60 Center Street is in Room 160. The New York County Supreme Court Building is registered as a Landmark from the Neoclassical era. It is very impressive on the outside as it is on the inside. The US Passport Acceptance Agency is only open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am to 2 pm. They do accept passport renewals at this location, but it seemed to me that it is on a case to case determination from my observations when I was there 07/09/2019. So either check with their website or by telephone before heading down there with your specific needs.
I recommend a bus tour while visiting New York city - USA a fun time with the family and relatives . The New York State Supreme Court Building, originally known as the New York County Courthouse . Spectacular .
I can't believe so many film and television series have used the backdrop of the New York County Courthouse. From The Godfather to Wall Street. From Law and Order to Cagney and Lacey. The list goes on and on. The building in real life looks amazing. It resembles a temple and was built in a classical Roman style. If you like film and tv series and also architecture, you must stop by and admire this land mark building. But don't forget, it's still a fully functional court.
Great Place to Visit lots too do and see
If you have the chance to see this place, go and take your souvenir picture outside. This is the place of democracy and the New York City supreme court.
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