BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Vermont's largest newspaper is selling some of the buildings it owns in downtown Burlington, but the Free Press plans to stay as a tenant.
In a story published Friday on the newspaper's website, Free Press Publisher Jim Fogler says seven buildings with about 45,000 square feet of unused space will be put on the market.
The newspaper's editorial and business operations require only about 10,000 square feet.
The Free Press will keep five buildings on South Winooski Avenue that house the mailroom and printing press.
The total value of the land being put up for sale is $3.3 million.
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