Preservation group takes a pass on Washington Post building
September 15, 2013


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The District’s top advocacy group on behalf of historical buildings has decided against trying to declare The Washington Post building on L Street Northwest a historical landmark, removing a potential hurdle should it be sold to a developer...

The real estate consultants hired by The Post, JM Zell and Studley, now have new marching orders. The newspaper, which will be a tenant of its former parent company for up to two years, is still looking for a new home of up to 300,000 square feet in the District.

Preservation group takes a pass on Washington Post building





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