The two joined their constituents and other local elected officials last week to cut the ribbon for their new joint office at 619 Lorimer St. in Greenpoint.
“I am so happy to be back in Greenpoint and to be sharing this office with Assemblyman Lentol, a public servant of the highest order with whom I have worked so well over the years,” Maloney said.
The two previously shared an office in north Brooklyn back in 1993, until the neighborhood was drawn out of Maloney'sdistrict.
However, the 2010 Census redistricting returned Maloney back to Williamsburg and Greenpoint.
Following the ribbon cutting, Lentol and Maloney met with their constituents and prepared to begin work in the new year.
“I look forward to working with the Congresswoman on future endeavors to make Greenpoint and Williamsburg an even better place to live and work,” Lentol said. “We’re glad to have her back to continue this great partnership.”