Wall Street Journal: Shop the Presses: MediaNews Selling More Newspaper Real Estate - Newspaper publisher MediaNews Group is putting out a for-sale sign – for its real estate. The country’s second largest newspaper publisher by circulation is seeking buyers for 70 office buildings, printing plants and other properties totaling 1.7 million square feet in cities around the U.S. as it is looking to finish off a years-long effort to raise money by selling its real estate and leasing smaller spaces. Read Original


Poynter: Digital First puts 51 newspaper buildings on the market - Digital First Media has listed 51 newspaper buildings for sale, according to a press release from the real estate firm Twenty Lake Holdings. The properties are “for sale across seven states including California, Connecticut, Colorado and Pennsylvania, to name a few,” Twenty Lake Holdings says in its release.
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SAN JOSE, CA -- In an announcement that cheered city leaders, the Mercury News said Thursday it is returning to downtown San Jose, bringing a signature business and another burst of economic activity to the city's revitalized core.
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SAN JOSE, CA -- The parent company of the Mercury News has agreed to sell the paper's headquarters to Super Micro Computer, which will eventually convert the site to manufacturing space, the computer maker announced Tuesday.
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EL PASO, TX -- El Paso City Council held a more than three-hour discussion Tuesday on the proposed relocation of City Hall in order to make way for the construction of $50 million ballpark on the current city hall site. In the end, council decided against acquiring three buildings and went with just two.
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ST. PAUL, MN -- The Pioneer Press will wind down operations (in blue) early next year at its printing plant near the downtown St. Paul airport. It's marketing the 168,000-square-foot building for sale. The Twin Cities' two largest newspapers will soon share the same printing press. Digital First Media, the New York-based company that runs the St.
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ARDMORE, PA -- Main Line Times building goes on market - Since Nov. 1, 1930, the Main Line Times has been delivered to the homes of countless Main Liners. The publication started first as a daily out of the Times building in Suburban Square, then moved to its current offices at 311 Lancaster Ave.
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MONTEREY, CA -- Ryan Ranch site goes for $5.7 million By PHILLIP MOLNAR Herald Staff Writer Posted: 03/11/2014 02:56:12 PM PDT Updated: 03/11/2014 10:52:45 PM PDT The Monterey Herald's building in Ryan Ranch has been sold for $5.7 million to CSU Monterey Bay, county real estate records say. Records of the 8 a.m.
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