You love our print edition — and now we’re making it easier to get!
Starting this weekend, The Brooklyn Paper’s popular free home delivery service is back, meaning that you only need to walk to the curb to start enjoying the best newspaper in Brooklyn.
For starters, our routes include:
• Park Slope: Prospect Park West, from Flatbush Avenue to 15th Street; a large area bounded by Carroll and Third streets and Sixth and Eighth avenues; and a third zone bounded by Prospect Place, Union Street and Fifth and Sixth avenues.
• Brooklyn Heights: We’ll target Columbia Heights between Montague and Cranberry streets; plus an area bounded by Willow and Sidney places, and State and Joralemon streets.
• Fort Greene: Our two main home delivery zones will be the area bounded by Myrtle and DeKalb avenues and Adelphi Street and Hall Place; and Flatbush Avenue, St. Felix Street, DeKalb Avenue and Hanson Place.
• Boerum Hill: The delivery zone is bounded by Atlantic Avenue, Third Avenue, Wyckoff Street and Bond Street.
• Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill: The zone is approximately the area bounded by Kane Street and Third Place between Clinton and Court streets.
Brooklyn Paper Publisher Celia Weintrob was overjoyed to be getting Brooklyn’s most-popular weekly paper into the hands of its readers.
“Home delivery gets the paper where we want to get it: into the hands of our readers, quickly and easily,” she said.
Weintrob pointed out that, unlike other newspapers, The Brooklyn Paper reduces clutter by leaving only three copies at every address — and by offering homeowners an opt-out feature.
Call Lisa Malwitz at (718) 260-2594 to opt out of the home delivery service.