Queens District Attorney Richard Brown could be moving his office across Queens Boulevard, and from Kew Gardens into Forest Hills, according to the New York Observer.
In a story Monday, the paper revealed that the District Attorney’s office is seeking a bigger space, and could be moving into the Forest Hills office tower that was recently vacated by JetBlue.
Forest Hills Tower, which is also home to the offices of has a 180,000 square foot office vacancy after the discount airline left last year for Long Island City.
The District Attorney currently works out of 80-02 Kew Gardens Road, an office that was once home to , and briefly held the offices of his replacement,
A source told the Observer that the current offices, which occupy 100,000 square feet, are too small to accommodate the staffing needs of the Queens District Attorney.