The Washington Post is considering selling its downtown headquarters and relocating, the paper reported Friday.
Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth said in a memo to staff Friday, "This building has given us so much and has watched history unfold. It is hard to imagine moving after so many years. And yet, once we removed the presses from this building over ten years ago, we were no longer tied to this particular location. We understand that this is a big undertaking and a change for all of us. We take all of this seriously."
The Washington Post's report did not say where the company is considering moving to, or how much the company's current real estate is worth.
Read the full memo, obtained by Jim Romenesko.