A mid-century modern landmark with a storied history, the John H. Wood Federal Courthouse on César Chávez Boulevard sits at the heart of a bustling downtown corridor.

Built to serve as the Confluence Theatre for HemisFair ’68, the drumlike structure draws from Greek and Roman architecture yet evokes space-age appeal.

The travertine-paneled building is named for slain federal judge John H. Wood.

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