Bull was filmed in New York, Congers, Mt. Vernon, & Long Beach in the United States of America.
New York State Supreme Court Building
Scene where Bull gives Clyde Rutledge back his watch with the listening device installed in episode 1x01 “The Necklace”. Reese Burton is hounded by the press on her way out of her arraignment in episode 1x03 “Unambiguous”. Bull talks to Izzy's assistant Alison outside the courthouse after jury selection and Izzy invites Benny out for dinner in episode 1x08 “Too Perfect”.
Scene was shot The courthouse, originally known as the New York County Courthouse, houses the Civil and Appellate Terms of the New York State Supreme Court. Construction of the courthouse ran from 1913 until 1927 with a delay due to World War I and replaced the Tweed Courthouse to the west. The building was designed by Guy Lowell in the Roman classical style for a princely sum of $30 million. At the center of the courthouse is the 75 foot tall rotunda featuring a mural known as Law Through the Ages designed by Attilio Pusterla under the Works Project Administration.
GPS: ['40.7142748', '-74.0014927']
Thomas Paine Park / Foley Square
Scene where Bull comes out of the subway with Marissa and they comment on the law firm's offices they are heading too in episode 1x02 “The Woman in 8D”. Bull talks to Jace Rundle about his condition in the park across from the courthouse in episode 1x13 “The Fall”. Danny gets a call from the Project Manager Sean Laheri who wants to meet in episode 1x15 “What's Your Number?”.
Scene was shot Thomas Paine Park and the adjacent Foley Square sit in the middle of Manhattan's Civic Center across from the Supreme Court and several other courthouses and federal buildings. The park was named for the founding father Thomas Paine while the square was named for a local civic leader and saloon owner "Big Tom" Foley. The space has been a common area since the Collect Pond which formerly stood at this location was filled up in 1811, and the park and square were officially joined in 2005.
GPS: ['40.714735947', '-74.0027926951']
4 Times Square
Scene where Bull & Benny go into the offices of J.P. Nunnelly to hear the deal she managed to get for him in episode 1x21 “How to Dodge a Bullet”. Bull goes over to J.P.'s office to meet with the CEO of Heptex in episode 1x22 “Dirty Little Secrets”.
Scene was shot A 52-story office building constructed in 1999 and formerly known as the Condé Nast Building. While the building itself isn't near the top of the list of tallest buildings in the city, it is topped with a 300-foot antenna mast for four FM radio stations and three TV stations. With the mast's height included the building becomes the 5th tallest in the city. The building was designed with two distinctly different sides, one to blend in with the extravagance of Times Square while the other fits in with the more sedate buildings of the adjacent business district.
GPS: ['40.7560571', '-73.9857754']
2 Court Square
Scene where Danny meets with a staff member at the embassy to find out what can be done to get the kid back in episode 2x04 “The Illusion of Control”.
Scene was shot Built in 2012 by Citigroup to compliment their office tower across the street, 2 Court Square is a 14-story LEED Gold office building in Long Island City. Six floors of the building are house the CUNY School fo Law. A planned expansiion of the building, the Court Square City View Tower, is a sleek 66-story condominium tower that will take up the remainder of the block. When completed the new tower will be the tallest building in Queens.
GPS: ['40.7478864344', '-73.9437616849']
Bronx County Courthouse
Scene where Captain Mathison is put on trial for her role in the plane crash in episode 1x02 “The Woman in 8D”. Bull and Liberty arrive for jury selection but Bull finds himself cut off from his team when the judge bans phones from the courtroom in episode 1x06 “Bedside Manner”.
Scene was shot The Mario Merola Building is a 12-story Art Deco style building constructed in 1934. In addition to its function as a courthouse, the building also houses all of the borough municipal offices since the Bronx Borough Hall was demolished in 1969.
GPS: ['40.8262717292', '-73.9237891988']
Bethesda Terrace (Central Park)
Scene where The team watches and discusses the video that Emily Connor posted the day before her suicide in episode 2x02 “Already Gone”.
Scene was shot Sitting at the end of The Mall and beside The Lake, Bethesda Terrace is a Central Park landmark. Constructed during the Civil War, the terrace contains ornate ceramic tiles and a fountain called Angel of the Waters designed by prominent American sculptor Emma Stebbins.
GPS: ['40.7736765712', '-73.971089868']
Washington Square Park
Scene where Jules Caffrey gives a press conference against Bull's advice in episode 1x19 “Bring It On”.
Scene was shot Washington Square is a famous Greenwich Village park originally created in 1826 as the Washington Military Parade Ground. In 1850 the land was turned into a proper park and in 1889 the arch was constructed to celebrate the centennial of George Washington's inauguration designed in the style of the Arc de Triomphe. The fountain in the middle of the park was built in 1852 and extensively renovated in 1934.
GPS: ['40.73080408', '-73.997468116']
Scene where Bull sees a news report about the case in a cab on his way into Brooklyn in episode 2x04 “The Illusion of Control”.
Scene was shot The Brooklyn Bridge which opened in 1883 as the New York and Brooklyn Bridge after fourteen years of construction. The bridge is the world's first steel-wire suspension bridge and was conceived designed by John Augustus Roebling.
GPS: ['40.7060855', '-73.9968643']
InterContinental New York Barclay
Scene where Bull tracks Diana down to her new hotel and has to chase her through the lobby to tell her the proposal from his client to hers in episode 2x01 “School for Scandal”.
Scene was shot The Barclay Hotel is a 14-story luxury hotel constructed in 1926 for the Vanderbilt family by the New York Central Railroad on land recently freed up when the Grand Central Terminal tracks where moved underground. In 1978 the hotel was sold to Loews Hotels after the bankruptcy of its previous owners and underwent a massive renovation. The ground floor of the hotel hosts the flagship story of the perfumer Caswell-Massey which has occupied that space since the hotel opened.
GPS: ['40.7557426522', '-73.9734747785']
Bank of America Tower
Scene where Chunk briefs a new group of mock jurors outside the office before leading them inside through security in episode 1x12 “Stockholm Syndrome”.
Scene was shot Situated at One Bryant Park, the Bank of America Tower was opened in 2009 as the fourth tallest building in New York (just below the Empire State Building). Designed to be incredibly environmentally sound, the building is the first skyscraper to achieve LEED Platinum Certification and includes two honeybee hives.
GPS: ['40.7555785186947', '-73.9846577146719']
Scene where Troy Dickerson is golfing with his father when he gets a text message and kills his father with a golf club in episode 1x20 “Make Me”.
Scene was shot Piers 59–61 were constructed in the early 1900s as luxury passenger terminals designed by the same firm that did Grand Central Terminal. The piers hosted many famous ships including the Lusitania & Carpathia, and Pier 59 was the original destination of the Titanic. Currently the three piers house the Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex which contains a driving range, batting cages, dance & gymnastics studios, two ice rinks, extensive event space, as well as TV production studios.
GPS: ['40.7465575597', '-74.0094803296']
Empire Fulton Ferry (Brooklyn Bridge Park)
Scene where Emily Connor and Adam Harris kiss while riding the carousel in the video of their final happy day together in episode 2x02 “Already Gone”.
Scene was shot Empire Fulton Ferry is a small park situated on the waterfront just to the east of Brooklyn Bridge. The small park was original its own state park, but in 2010 was incorporated into the existing Brooklyn Bridge Park to the west.
GPS: ['40.7042173258184', '-73.9931959346902']
Angel Orensanz Foundation
Scene where Chunk and Bull attend the fashion week show for a presentation of designs by Nella Wester, Chunk's old boss in episode 1x18 “Dressed to Kill”.
Scene was shot Housed in the oldest surviving synagogue in the city, the foundation is an art gallery and performance space of Spanish artist Angel Orensanz. Originally constructed as the Anshe Chesed Synagogue in 1849.
GPS: ['40.7211604242963', '-73.9857102539673']
Manhattan Municipal Building
Scene where Bull talks to Abigail Walsh after a day in court and he reiterates that they are allies in episode 1x13 “The Fall”.
Scene was shot The David N. Dinkins Municipal Building is a 40-story government tower opened in 1914 and designed by William M. Kendall. The building was designed in a mishmash of architectural styles, is topped by a golden statue known as Civic Fame, houses over 2000 employees, and is the first building in Manhattan to incorporate a subway station into its construction.
GPS: ['40.7130206173', '-74.0035897493']
Battery Parking Garage
Scene where Marissa greets the client, his father, and their gaggle of lawyers as they come to meet the team in episode 1x01 “The Necklace”.
Scene was shot An eight-story, 2000 spot parking garage situated just outside the exit from the Hugh L. Carey Tunnel.
GPS: ['40.7074243', '-74.0143034']
The Mall (Central Park)
Scene where Emily Connor spends a wonderful day with Adam Harris in a video she posted to Facebook in episode 2x02 “Already Gone”.
Scene was shot The Mall, running from the flower bed on Center Drive in the south to Bethesda Terrace in the north, is the only straight path in the entire park. The path runs through a series of statues of famous writers known as the Literary Walk and past the Naumburg Bandshell. The walkway and surrounding American elms were built in 1857 and designed as part of the large park by landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux.
GPS: ['40.7721854016', '-73.9716475062']