Gannett Will Soon Move Into Its New York City Headquarters: Report

Gannett has moved out of its headquarters in Fairfax County, Virginia, preparatory to a relocation to New York City. 

The company will open its new headquarters, a 24,000 square-foot space in New York on March 31, according to FFXnow, quoting an SEC document.  

Pending that change, employees will work remotely or in the publisher’s Washington, DC bureau, which will survive, the report states.  

“We’re embracing our flexible working model by investing more in our people and technology — rather than real estate,” a Gannett spokesperson told FFXnow. “We remain firmly committed to the sustainable future of journalism as we adapt to a progressively digital world.”

However, Gannett continues to lease 176,000 square feet in its Valo Park, Tysons building, but space is available for sub-lease. 



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