Gannett's The Democrat and Chronicle to move out of headquarters to new location in Rochester, New York

Kendall Sinclair

Kendall Sinclair

Oct 30, 2013 – Associated Press

ROCHESTER, New York , October 30, 2013 () – The Democrat and Chronicle will be moving out of its 85-year-old headquarters to a new location in downtown Rochester.

The newspaper reports ( ) that President and Publisher Michael G. Kane announced Tuesday that the Democrat and Chronicle Media Group and parent company Gannett have signed a letter of intent to move into a building under construction at East Main Street and Clinton Avenue.

Details of the move haven't been released.

The newspaper has been operating out of the Gannett Building on Exchange Boulevard since 1928, when company founder Frank Gannett opened the structure to house his corporate headquarters and the now-defunct Rochester Times-Union.

The newspaper announced in January that it planned to sell the building and move to a new site.

Gannett moved its corporate headquarters to Virginia in 1986.


Information from: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,

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