Court House Square is located in downtown Tacoma at 1102 A Street. 
This historic landmark was built in 1910 as a federal court and customs house

and was Tacoma's first post office building.

At 72,000 square feet, Court House Square boasts a variety of integrated usages, including a ballroom with beautiful views, 
a collaboration with Tacoma's School Of The Arts (SOTA), and a number of work studios throughout the building.
The vision at Court House Square is to continue developing a community
through the collaboration of businesses, creators, entrepreneurs, artists, and artisans.

It is the mission at Court House Square to reinvigorate the historical significance of the building and revitalize the neighborhood by
bringing economic development to the downtown core.