[EVG photo from October]
The Village Voice, which ceased its print edition last September, is returning to its longtime former home at 36 Cooper Square.
Per The Real Deal, who first reported on this move:
The publication occupied the building from 1991 to 2013, with a space ultimately spanning four floors.
As the staff shrunk and it stuttered financially, the Voice decamped for the Financial District, where it took 12,000 square feet at Normandy Real Estate Partners’ 80 Maiden Lane.
Grace Church School has since taken much of the Voice’s old space on Cooper Square, but the media company is grabbing 5,860 square feet across part of two floors, a shadow of its former self.
The Voice's staff of 25 is expected to move in some time this spring, according to TRD.