About Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
This article is under the building's alternate name. For a complete article, please see Federal Reserve Bank Building (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 Connecticut (excluding Fairfield County), Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. It is headquartered in the Federal Reserve Bank Building in Boston, Massachusetts. Its code is A1, meaning that dollar bills from it 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 is in a distinctive 614-foot (187 m) tall, 32-story building, located at 600 Atlantic Avenue in Boston. The building, designed by architecture firm Hugh Stubbins & Associates, is suspended between two towers on either side. The Boston Fed also has an office in Windsor Locks, Connecticut that is responsible for clearing checks. The Boston Fed also includes the New England Public Policy Center. The following people are on the board of directors as of 2009: All terms expire on December 31.