NYPD Renews 42K SF For Special Victims Division in Downtown Brooklyn
The unit, which investigates sex crimes against children and adults, will keep its Brooklyn outpost at the entire 42,179-square-foot 45 Nevins Street. The agency has occupied the three-story commercial property between Schermerhorn and State streets for 20 years.
The one-year lease was executed last month but backdated to Feb. 4, according to The City Record. Annual rent for the building is $1,495,996, paid in equal monthly installments of $124,666.
There were no brokers involved in the deal, according to a DCAS spokesperson. The landlord is Nevins Associates, which has owned the building since the early 1980s.
The property, which has a primary address at 320 Schermerhorn Street, also houses offices for the city’s Department of Social Services and the Jane Barker Brooklyn Child Advocacy Center.
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