Providence Journal printing facility listed for $8M

Updated at 4:32 p.m. on Oct. 6, 2021.

THE 158,400-SQUARE-FOOT PRINTING PLANT used by the Providence Journal was put up for sale by parent company Gannett Co., in a leaseback package with an asking price of $8 million. / COURTESY BELLCORNERSTONE
THE 158,400-SQUARE-FOOT PRINTING PLANT used by the Providence Journal was put up for sale by parent company Gannett Co., in a leaseback package with an asking price of $8 million. / COURTESY BELLCORNERSTONE
PROVIDENCE – The 158,400-square-foot printing plant used by The Providence Journal was put up for sale by parent company Gannett Co., as part of a leaseback package that would allow the newspaper to continue using the facility for at least 10 years. The 204 Kinsley Ave. Providence Journal production facility was recently listed for sale…

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