Post Bulletin building sold for $10.5 million

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ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) — The Rochester Post Bulletin reports its downtown building, used for more than 60 years of printing newspapers, has been sold.

The PB reports their building was sold last week for $10.5 million by their former owner, Small Newspaper Group, to PB Rochester Investments, LLC.

The paper has not reported the owner of the firm or what the future plans for the building include.

The Post Bulletin was sold to Forum Communications in May and the printing operation was moved from Rochester to Red Wing.

However, that deal did not include the Post Bulletin’s building or printing facility in downtown Rochester.

The PB said that the purchase last week does not include the press facility.

The PB reports that 60 employees in news and advertising will relocate to the second floor of the Think Bank building on Greenview Drive Southwest.

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