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Revel Relocates to Williamsburg with New Supercharging Station 

Charney Companies and Tavros Capital have signed a lease agreement with electric vehicle company, Revel, to relocate its corporate headquarters and install an electric vehicle supercharging station at The Dime building in Brooklyn.  

Located at 275 South 5th St in Williamsburg, the 16-stall EV charging station is the largest publicly accessible ultra-fast electric vehicle charging station in New York state, offering a full charge in 10 to 20 minutes. The addition of these new hubs will make Revel the city’s largest provider of public fast-charging infrastructure at a time when the state is seeking to accelerate electric vehicle adoption.  

Tavros Holdings and Charney Construction acquired the 1908 landmarked former Dime Savings Bank building in 2016 and redeveloped the property as a 340,000-square-foot mixed-use building that includes apartments, retail and Class A office space. 

Rosenberg & Estis represented the property owners in the agreement with a team led by its attorney Stephen A. Millington. 


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