After a more than year-long search, The Washington Post finalized a lease for its new headquarters at 1301 K St. NW, the company announced Friday.
Located at 1301 K St. NW and called One Franklin Square, the building is about three blocks from the offices at 15th and L streets NW that the newspaper has called home since 1950.
The selection of the building followed a real estate hunt that began in February of last year before Jeffrey P. Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, acquired the newspaper in October.
The newspaper plans to move in 2016. It relied on two firms, Studley and JM Zell Partners, as real estate advisers...Washington Post signs lease for new headquarters
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