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— For decades, a Washington Post reporter was tasked with spotting the new, shiny gold plaques that dotted the walls of the Post Office building.

Today, the paper trades on the New York Stock Exchange.

But when The Post purchased the paper’s headquarters, its office space, and offices in 2019, its future was thrown into question.

The new owners, the company said it wanted to use the space to grow its own news operations, but in a letter to employees, the Post explained it wasn’t.

And by 2021, when the paper announced it was shutting down, the building would have been demolished and replaced with a parking lot and office space.

The newsrooms were already gone, but the building itself was now completely empty.

The Washington Post was sold to the new owners in 2018, but when the deal was announced, its newsroom was the last thing that people thought about.

It’s not as if the paper was on the verge of losing its identity.

The New York Times is now the Washington Post.

That is, until now.

The Post has decided to move its offices to an entirely new building, located in a neighborhood in suburban Philadelphia, which the paper is calling The Market.

The Post’s headquarters have been in the Philadelphia suburb of Edgemoor for over 100 years, and in that time, it has also grown into a place that attracts a variety of people from all over the country and around the world.

It even has a restaurant, The Market Steakhouse.

But with the move to The Market, The Post will no longer have the same iconic logo as it did on the Post’s old building.

The move to the Market is part of a broader effort to improve the paper.

Last year, The New Yorker published an article about the paper and its new headquarters.

The paper’s New York office is one of a handful of places that are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The newspaper has also hired a new executive editor and a senior staff writer, who will help the paper better represent its audience.

In its first two years of operation, The Washington Post has become the country’s most widely read newspaper.

The Washington Examiner is also opening a new paper in the suburbs of Philadelphia.

And in a move that will surely be greeted with excitement, The Baltimore Sun will also move into a new building next door.

The New York Post’s announcement follows on the heels of other news organizations making the move, including CNN and the Los Angeles Times.

But The Washington Paper has been quietly quietly doing the same.

The newsrooms at The Post and The Examiner are the only newsrooms that The Post has owned since at least 2006, when it bought the paper from the late billionaire philanthropist David and Mary Graham.

In 2018, The Grahams sold The Post to billionaire investor Peter Thiel for $250 million, who in turn sold it to billionaire media investor Peter Guber, who also made a big splash by buying The Post in 2018.

In 2020, The George Washington Post Company acquired the newsroom at the Post, as well as the daily newspaper The Hill and the newsweekly The Atlantic.

The paper’s new headquarters is located in Philadelphia, and will feature a brand new office layout and new programming.

The new buildings are being constructed in the city’s historic neighborhood of Edgewood, which is home to the former Post building and is home in many ways to the Washington community.

The building is being built in collaboration with local developer and real estate developer George P. Miller, who is also the chairman of the Pennsylvania State Assembly.

The company said that The New Jersey-based Miller Properties will design and build the new buildings, while the Philadelphia-based developer has already begun construction.

In 2019, the New Jersey Times sold its newsrooms to billionaire businessman Peter Gubert.

But the paper has been busy expanding its news coverage, adding The Washington Times as well.

In 2021, the Philadelphia Inquirer is moving into a brand-new newsroom, which will be built next door to the Post.

And the new building will feature new programming and offices.

The decision to move the newspaper’s newsrooms was made by CEO Mark Hurd, who said the paper wanted to move beyond the status quo of building and operating a newsroom and into a more ambitious vision.

Hurd said that the paper would “open up our offices and offices to the world,” and the move would also be “part of our new identity, a new identity of the news organization, and a new name for our office, which we are calling The Post.”

The new building at The WashingtonPost.com will be called The Market and will have a new layout and staff.

It will also feature a new programming, a brand and a brand name.

And it will have an office and newsrooms on two levels, as opposed to the old buildings.

And Hurd is hoping that The Market will also become a new hub for the