From the New York December issue: Cox Enterprises, the parent company of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, has agreed to donate the newspaper’s former downtown headquarters to the city of Atlanta, the Associated Press reported last month. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution moved to a new office in suburban Atlanta eight months ago. The donation includes both the office building and the former printing-press building behind it, which occupy nearly six acres of land. Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed plans to use the buildings for the police and fire training academies, public meetings and a gallery space. Cox estimates the buildings to be worth $50 million. Click here for more real estate headlines from around the U.S.