Automotive News has new home

DETROIT - Crain Communications Inc., the publisher of Automotive News, moved its headquarters and three of its publications into new offices today, Dec. 3.

The new address for Crain, Automotive News, AutoWeek and Crain's Detroit Business is 1155 Gratiot Ave., Detroit, MI 48207-2997. Telephone numbers remain unchanged.

The offices, in Brewery Park Phase II, are near Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers; Ford Field, the future home of the Detroit Lions; and the Detroit Opera House."We are excited and pleased about this move," said Crain Chairman Keith Crain. "Our close proximity to one of the city's most vibrant development areas is good for our employees and our business."

The company has moved approximately 250 employees, including administrative staff, to Brewery Park. It plans to move circulation and customer service department employees during the next few years as space becomes available. Once all employees are moved, the company plans to sell its Woodbridge Avenue building. Crain's Jefferson Avenue building has been sold.

"It has been our long-term goal to combine all of our employees in one location," Keith Crain said, "and this move allows us to address these space needs."

Crain Communications publishes more than 30 consumer, business and trade publications, including Advertising Age, Modern Healthcare and Plastic News and business weeklies in Chicago, Cleveland and New York. It also owns several related Web sites. Crain has more than 1,000 employees in 15 offices worldwide. Its Web site is .

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