The Columbus Dispatch building at 62 E. Broad St. was outlined for sale this 7 days.
The creating, owned by Gannett, houses the editorial staffs of The Dispatch, ThisWeek Newspapers and Dispatch Journals. They will stay in the Downtown building for the time remaining, and ultimately shift into a new property that far better suits the demands of a modifying workforce.
The creating was shown by BellCornerstone in conjunction with community partner NAI Ohio Equities.
Like several corporations, Dispatch personnel have been absent from the workplace for significantly of the very last two several years simply because of COVID-19, and workforce requires have altered. The system is to share the exact same room with other Dispatch Media Group personnel, including advertising and marketing and events workers, so there can be higher collaboration. They now do the job at 605 S. Front Street in the Brewery District.
The Dispatch has operated in the central metropolis considering the fact that it started in 1871. The newsroom moved to Broad Street in 2016. That building previously housed Dispatch staff members, and at 1 stage there was a lender in the setting up.
The iconic Dispatch signal that illuminates the Downtown skyline will also stay on the creating at 34 S. 3rd St.
This report initially appeared on The Columbus Dispatch: Dispatch developing on wide avenue to be listed for sale
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