Newsday’s Melville HQ put up for sale

TRD New York /
May.May 29, 2018 02:02 PM

Newsday’s 500,000-square-foot Melville headquarters, owned by Tribune Media Co., is up for sale. No price has been set. The 48.5-acre property is zoned for light industrial to allow for offices and warehouses or distribution services, but the buyer can apply for rezoning, Newsday reported. Phil Heilpern of CBRE is handling the listing. Newsday will stay in the building until its lease expires on July  31. [Newsday]

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