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Movin’ on up! Paper office shifts to Metrotech

The Brooklyn Paper

So long, DUMBO. Hello, “Metrotech.”

On Friday, The Brooklyn Paper packed up its office and headed to the Metrotech complex in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn.

All week, the staff packed up our valuables (including boxes upon boxes of awards and honors, photo right) in preparation for our departure from the office that has been our home since our move from Court Street in 2004.

Starting Monday, The Brooklyn Paper will be happily ensconsed in Metrotech, where our colleagues in the News Corporation-owned Community Newpaper Group were waiting for us.

Here’s our new contact information:

The Brooklyn Paper

One Metrotech Center, Suite 1001

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Main number: (718) 260-2500.

News e-mail: newsroom@cnglocal.com.

Advertising e-mail: brooklynpaper@cnglocal.com.

Staffers can be e-mailed directly by using their first initial and last name followed by @cnglocal.com, such as tdooley@cnglocal.com.

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Norman Oder says:
Here's an interview with Gersh Kuntzman about the Brooklyn Paper's new home, new parent, and new sibling.
http://atlanticyardsreport.blogspot.com/2009/03/gersh-speaks-award-winning-brooklyn.html
March 26, 2009, 6:33 pm
freddy from slope says:
did the deadline pressure kill your grammar or did they lay someone elseoff?

starting monday...will be... were..
March 26, 2009, 6:42 pm
Eazy D from Sheepshead Bay says:
Hey Gersh, did Steve Witt give you a hug when you arrived or offer to let you borrow his bike which has no brakes?
I believe Norman is reporting on his atlantic yards report blog that Ratner has exclusive hugging rights to Steve. Norman will later report on how the media failed to follow this.
March 27, 2009, 12:27 am
Jason Kidd from Dallas, Tx says:
That Gersh interview from Norman is great stuff -- I want more!!!
March 27, 2009, 12:30 am
Brian from Crown Heights says:
Gersh Kuntzman, 2006: "Brooklyn needs us too much right now, what with local papers being snapped up by billionaire moguls who have no interest in local news except maximizing classified ad sales. Has Rupert Murdoch even BEEN to Brooklyn? His reporters don't know the territory, either."

Gersh Kuntzman, 2009: "We're very excited."
March 27, 2009, 6:59 pm
DAve from dekalbavenue.org says:
Come and eat. You'll feel better...
March 27, 2009, 11:25 pm
Jennifer from Your New Office says:
I'm looking forward to working with all my new colleagues. You will find us all to be a very friendly bunch of people. I hope your transition is an easy one.
March 28, 2009, 2:54 pm

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