A report on Law & Order and Chelsea Piers

The font used in the series title card, Friz Quadrata, is used in the identifying sign of One Police Plaza, headquarters of the NYPD.
Chelsea Piers as seen from the air. Pier 62 is on the left, with the driving range of Pier 59 partially visible on the right
Chelsea Piers from the West Side Highway
Golf club entrance
The RMS Carpathia at Pier 54 after the RMS Titanic rescue
The archway is the only remaining identifiable piece of the pier
Pier 54 in 2012
The RMS Lusitania at Pier 54
Chelsea Piers and Lusitania about 1910
The archway of Cunard Pier 54
View of Chelsea Piers and Venus Mural

The sets were located at Chelsea Piers.

- Law & Order

Shows in the Law & Order franchise have been filmed in Chelsea Piers. Both Law & Order and spinoff Law & Order: Criminal Intent were produced on stages here for their entire runs. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit moved into the space occupied by the original series after its cancellation in 2010. On September 14, 2004, a road leading to Pier 62 was renamed "Law & Order Way".

- Chelsea Piers
The font used in the series title card, Friz Quadrata, is used in the identifying sign of One Police Plaza, headquarters of the NYPD.

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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

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American crime drama television series created by Dick Wolf's own production company, Wolf Entertainment, for NBC.

American crime drama television series created by Dick Wolf's own production company, Wolf Entertainment, for NBC.

Dick Wolf (pictured in 2010), the creator and executive producer of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Mariska Hargitay, Christopher Meloni and Ice-T during filming of the 12th season.
Danny Pino and Hargitay during the filming of the 13th season.
SVU shooting on location in Central Park at night

The first spin-off of Law & Order, it starred Christopher Meloni as Detective Elliot Stabler until Meloni left the series in 2011 after 12 seasons, and Mariska Hargitay as Detective (ultimately promoted to Captain) Olivia Benson, now the commanding officer of the Special Victims Unit after originally having been Stabler's partner in a fictionalized version of the New York City Police Department.

The show moved into the studio space at Chelsea Piers that had been occupied by the original Law & Order series until its cancellation in May 2010.