Federal Reserve Bank of Boston The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
, commonly known as the Boston Fed
, is responsible for the First District
of the Federal Reserve
, which covers New England
, New Hampshire
, Rhode Island
and all of Connecticut
except Fairfield County
It has been headquartered since 1977 in the distinctive 614-foot (187 m) tall, 32-story Federal Reserve Bank Building
at 600 Atlantic Avenue
. Designed by architecture
firm Hugh Stubbins & Associates
, the tower portion of the building is suspended between two towers on either side. From 1922 to 1977, the bank's headquarters were located at 250 Franklin Street
, currently occupied by the Langham Hotel Boston
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
The code of the Bank is A1, meaning that dollar bills from this Bank will have the letter A on them. Its current president is Eric S. Rosengren
, who replaced Cathy E. Minehan
in July 2007. The Boston Fed describes its mission as promoting "growth and financial stability in New England and the nation".
The Boston Fed also includes the New England Public Policy Center.
Board of Directors
The following people serve on the board of directors as of August 2017
Terms expire on December 31 of their final year on the board.
Map of the First District
On an overcast day.
The Federal Reserve Bank's position to the rest of the Financial District of Boston.
The parking lot security methods installed for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston building viewed from the back.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston viewed from the side at street level. The entire building is covered with a matte aluminum paneling.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston building front entrance.
The Federal Reserve Building of Boston viewed from the side.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston tower near the South Boston financial district.
The Federal Reserve Bank Building in Downtown Boston.
- ^ Second Federal Reserve District Banking Markets
- ^ "Eric S. Rosengren:President Federal Reserve Bank of Boston". Federal Reserve Bank Presidents. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. January 28, 2009. Retrieved 2009-02-24.
- ^ "FAQS:Federal Reserve Banks". Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Retrieved 2009-02-24.
- ^ "Press Release". Federal Reserve System. 2007-06-14. Retrieved 2017-02-02.
- ^ New England Public Policy Center
- ^ a b "Directors of Federal Reserve Bank of Boston". The Federal Reserve. August 5, 2017.
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