Newspaper Mulls Sale Of Its Headquarters Building

The Daily Gazette, of Schenectady, New York, is in talks to sell its building to the Capital District Transportation Authority, the Gazette reports.   

The decision to consider a sale is driven, in part, by the relocation of the paper's printing operations to Springfield, Mass. In addition, only around 40 employees are now in the building on a given day following the pandemic, compared to a total staff of 115 people. 

The negotiations could lead to Gazette employees still being allowed to work there.  

A sale reportedly would allow the Gazette to better focus on providing quality local journalism, the paper says.

The 108,000-square-foot building on Maxon Road Extension was built in 1988.



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