Graham Holdings

  • Washington Post HQ to Be Sold for $159M to Carr Properties

    The Washington Post, the most widely circulated newspaper published in the District, changed its owner this year and it seems it’s getting ready to also change its location. Graham Holdings, the daily newspaper's former owner, has recently announced it will sell the headquarters building in downtown Washington, D.C. to Carr Properties, a local real estate investment company.

    Washington Dc 09 December 2013 20:52
  • Washington Post HQ Sale Put to Bed for $159M

    Graham Holdings, formerly The Washington Post Co., has agreed to sell the 470,300-square-foot office property in Washington, D.C., to Carr Properties for $159 million.

    Washington Dc 03 December 2013 15:28

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