Press Herald to move to One City Center

The Portland Press Herald will move its headquarters to One City Center over the next several months, according to an article in the Jan. 28 issue by staff reporter Kelley Bouchard.
The Press Herald will leave its longtime location at 390 Congress St. for a more modern, multi-tenant building one block away on Monument Square, in the heart of the city.
“Our goal has been to stay not only in Portland, but also in the center of the city,” said Richard Connor, the Press Herald’s editor and publisher. “Everyone we worked with and all the landlords worked hard to help us stay downtown.”
Built in 1923, the Press Herald building was sold to a developer in July, shortly after MaineToday Media Inc. bought the newspaper from the Seattle Times Co.
The Press Herald’s circulation department has moved to MTM’s printing plant on Gannett Drive in South Portland. The Maine Media Federal Credit Union also will move from the Press Herald building to the printing plant.
The Press Herald’s executive and finance departments will be located in temporary offices at One City Center starting Feb. 8. Other departments at 390 Congress St. will relocate to One City Center in a series of moves ending this summer.