Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday in Utica said he was disappointed the Democratic National Committee chose Philadelphia over Brooklyn for the party’s 2016 convention.

Cuomo said it was a “mistake” not choosing New York, which was seeking to host its first national convention since the 2004 GOP convention.

“Not coming to New York is always a mistake, whether you’re the Democratic Party or a traveler,” Cuomo said. “So, mistake — I think it’s a loss for New York. I would have liked to see them here. It’s not good news for us, but I hope they’re comfortable with their decision.”

Asked if he thought the city’s bid was flawed in anyway, Cuomo said he was “not that familiar” with the process.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was similarly disappointed. He had pitched the borough hosting the convention as a

“Brooklyn is America’s greatest urban success story, which would have made it a great backdrop to nominate the next President of the United States,” de Blaswio said in a statement.