- Associated Press - Wednesday, February 12, 2014

PITTSBURGH (AP) - The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has signed a lease to house its new printing and distribution center at an area industrial park.

The Post-Gazette (https://bit.ly/1kCzVTu ) announced the deal Wednesday. The media company says it will occupy a 245,000-square-foot building in the Clinton Commerce Park. That’s near the Pittsburgh International Airport.

Terms of the long-term lease weren’t disclosed.

The Post-Gazette plans to shut its downtown printing operations, and it expects the new printing equipment will be ready to use this summer. About 175 employees will move into the new site, starting next month and continuing throughout the year.

Editorial and advertising offices are expected to move out of the current downtown building next year. The plan is to keep them in the downtown area.

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