At the last meeting of the Common Council ad hoc committee focused on City-owned property, Council president Tom DePietro announced that a new location for the Code Enforcement Office had been found, but he did not reveal where that new location was. Last night, at the informal Common Council meeting, it was revealed that Code Enforcement will be moving to 751 Warren Street, into the office suite formerly occupied by Assemblymember Didi Barrett, the availability of which was advertised here on Gossips. (I'm not claiming that's how the City decision makers found out about it, but you never know.)
modular units to be parked across Washington Street from the Central Fire Station, which was the original plan for rehousing Code Enforcement.
The lease at 751 Warren Street begins on July 1, 2021. Once the Code Enforcement Office is relocated, the way is clear for the City to sell 429 Warren Street, the building that is the current location of Code Enforcement.