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Sunday, August 17, 2014

Conti agrees to buy 270,000-square-foot Star-Telegram printing plant

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram has a buyer for its printing facility in Edgecliff Village overlooking Interstate 20.
Bruce Conti, president of Conti Warehouses in Fort Worth, has signed a contract to buy the 270,000-square-foot building and its 38 acres of land. Terms of the deal weren't dislosed, and the deal is expected to close in early fall, the Star-Telegram said.
The newspaper said that Conti is known for repositioning large warehouse buildings.
The Star-Telegram began a joint publishing agreement with the Dallas Morning News in March and stopped printing newspapers at the the south side plant at that time.
The newspaper said that employees working at the facility will move to the newspaper's downtown offices at 808 Throckmorton St.

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