The Dime Building at 275 South Fifth Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn is now home to the largest ultra-fast electric vehicle (EV) charging hub in New York State. Building owners Charney Companies and Tavros Capital recently announced the deal with electric vehicle company Revel, which will also relocate its corporate headquarters to the development.
The hub is open to the public seven days a week and offers 16 ultra-fast EV charging stalls that can fully replenish a vehicle in 20 minutes or less.
While the number of stalls may seem insignificant, the project is the largest publicly accessible hub in the state, and aligns with Governor Kathy Hochul’s aim to end the sale of gas-powered vehicles in New York by 2035.
Revel’s office space will occupy around 7,000 square feet of the building’s commercial volume. Additional components include 177 rental units and a suite of hotel-inspired amenity spaces that include a private garden, coworking spaces, a half-basketball court, and more.
The building was completed last year.