The U.S. Embassy to Haiti houses all U.S. government agencies and is currently located in Tabarre, a suburb just outside of Port-au-Prince.
Prior to the move in 2008, U.S. government agencies occupied several different facilities, including the old embassy site Boulevard Harry Truman, in downtown Port-au-Prince. After relocation in 2008, the U.S. government leased the property to the Government of Haiti for $1. It currently hosts offices for several Haitian ministries and the headquarters of the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission.
A historic gingerbread building on the Champs-de-Mars in downtown Port-au-Prince served as the previous embassy building, and prior to that a post-colonial building on Rue Bonne Foi served as the American Legation.