A rendering of 375 Pearl Street.

The NYPD’s federal monitor and compliance units will be moving to 375 Pearl St., right next to One Police Plaza.

The 18,000 square feet of space on the 22nd floor of the 32-story building will have room for 85 staffers, based on documents reviewed by The Post.

The space will be built out with 70 work stations, according to material prepared by the Citywide Administration Services for a public hearing before the City Planning Commission.

Sabey Corp., owner of the majority of the building, declined comment. Verizon sold the property but still owns several floors.

The 1.1 million-square-foot tower has sweeping views with an asking rent of $43 per square foot, according to CoStar listings.

The NYPD is also planning to lease 3,000 feet on the ground floor of 90 West St., where it will move the World Trade Center Command Center from its current location at 130 Cedar St. — which must be vacated by Dec. 31.

The site is a 24/7 command center for the Counterterrorism Division.

Both the lease at 375 Pearl and at 90 West must be approved by City Planning.