The Bronx Hall Of Justice is on 161st street and Morris Avenue. This glass building is where judicial transparency is not only a metaphor but also literally and figuratively. More than forty courtrooms, seven lucky grand jury rooms, NYC Department of Corrections, NYC Department of Probation, and Bronx District Attorney's office.
This is one of the largest courthouses in USA.
The Beaux-Arts building is located on the Grand Concourse and East 158th street. It was built in 1933 by architects M Hausel and J Freedlander.
The structure was erected when the Bronx was a borough, but not yet a county. The Bronx only attained county status in 1914 and until then, it was a part of New York County, which since 1914 has been made up of the Borough of Manhattan.