Main U.S. Post Offices in Madison

1st     2 E. Mifflin St.     Built 1869-70     Destroyed 1929
Same site that would later be Manchesters Deptartment Store, and later Manchester Place

2nd     215 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.     Built 1927-29     James Wetmore, Neo-Classical Revival     Madison Landmark 2002     National Register 2002
Initially a federal courthouse and a post office the city of Madison acquired the building in 1979, now the Madison Municipal Building.
The first piece of a grand scheme by renowned urban planner John Nolen to turn the street into a civic boulevard between the state Capitol and Lake Monona.

3rd, Current       3902 Milwaukee St.