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All it took was the ceremonial severing of a bright red ribbon by Borough President Markowitz and it was official: The Brooklyn Paper was welcomed into its new offices at the Metrotech complex in Downtown.

Markowitz and News Corporation Senior Vice President Les Goodstein (pictured) did the honors, along with a panoply of dignitaries. So as of now, we’re happily ensconced with our colleagues from other News Corp.-own, who welcomed us into the Community Newspaper Group, which comprises more than 50 newspapers, periodicals and specialty magazines, including Courier Life Publications, TimesLedger Newspapers and Bronx Times Reporter.

Here’s the new contact information for The Brooklyn Paper:

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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Brooklyn Paper Boy from Park Slope says:
I can't tell you guys how much better I feel about your move into Ratnervil, er, Metrotech, when I see not just Marty Markowitz, but Carl Kruger, too, at the ribbon-cutting.

You're really trotting out all the best political talent!
March 30, 2009, 6:09 pm
Big Al from Sheepshead Bay says:
Where was Steve Witt to give some hugs?
March 30, 2009, 8:31 pm
Pacholo from Red Hook says:
"Markowitz and News Corporation Senior Vice President Les Goodstein did the honors, along with a panoply of dignitaries that included state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli (who praised us for keeping jobs in Brooklyn — as if “The Brooklyn Paper” had any choice!)."

If Robert Moses were still around he would insist that you move the Brooklyn Paper to Queens(CitiField)
March 30, 2009, 10:36 pm
TruthSpeaker from Around the Way says:
The final resting place of dead tree editions and their attempts at the 21st century.

Blogs are much more interesting, informative, and, frequently, more accurate.
March 30, 2009, 11:37 pm
Norman Oder says:
Here's some more on that squeaky clean Carl Kruger, who relies significantly on real estate money:
http://atlanticyardsreport.blogspot.com/2008/04/state-senator-carl-kruger-and-his.html
March 31, 2009, 12:04 am
Papi Chulo from Red Hook says:
It's always scary when Marty Mark frolicks around waving scissors at a grand opening.
March 31, 2009, 2:52 am
da from bh says:
be afraid. be very afraid.
R.I.P. independent voice.
Hello corporate demi-god.

good news electrons,

da
April 1, 2009, 3 am

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