ASBURY, N.J. (AP) — The Asbury Park Press is putting its Neptune headquarters building up for sale and says it will look for new space in the market to lease.
The company’s manufacturing facility moved to Neptune from Asbury Park in 1980. Its news and business operations followed in 1985.
The Gannett Co.-owned newspaper did not detail the reasons for the move in its announcement Thursday other than to say it is part of its “ongoing strategic transformation.”
Publisher Tom Donovan says there is no timetable for the sale or move.
The newspaper’s printing plant and news bureau in Freehold will continue to operate from that location.
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