McClatchy's Miami Herald Media to move headquarters from its Miami location to Doral, Florida, plans to build printing plant on property next door

MIAMI , January 26, 2012 (press release) – The Miami Herald will be moving from its downtown Miami location to the former headquarters of the U.S. Southern Command in nearby Doral.

The Herald (http://bit.ly/wtN9gF ) announced plans Thursday to move into the new location in May 2013. The Miami Herald Media Company says it also will begin building a printing plant on the property next door in April.

The newspaper's parent company — McClatchy Co. — sold the 13.9-acre Herald property to the Genting Group for $236 million last year. Genting has announced plans to build a $3.8 billion destination resort with a casino at the site. The newspaper will remain in the downtown location rent-free until 2013.

The U.S. Southern Command moved into a new facility in Doral in 2010.

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