The News-Times building in Danbury is up for sale. 333 Main Street is 50,000 square feet of commercial real estate.
Hearst Connecticut Media Group Publisher Paul Barbetta says the building is four-times larger than their current needs, and noted that reporters and sales staff would be staying in Danbury. The company is looking for a more modern facility to better meet their needs.
There used to be a production plant in the building, but the presses have long since been removed. The company consolidated printing plants so now it's just a vacant space. Barbetta says the goal is to get into another space in Danbury.
A representative of Cushman & Wakefield Global Real Estate Solutions says the selling price is $2 million. The lot size is 3.3 acres. The sale listing was last updated about a week ago.