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The Daily Herald Relocates its Everett Headquarters to 1800 Forty First

JLL assists in leasing former Verizon Building

Everett, WA – November 21, 2013 – Sound Publishing, owner of the Everett Herald, relocated its Daily Herald office headquarters to the 1800 Forty First Building in Everett. Daniel Seger, Brent Jackson and Pat McCabe of Jones Lang LaSalle (NYSE: JLL) represented the landlord in the 15,915 square foot transaction.

The two-building property was formerly a single-tenant headquarters for Verizon/Frontier Communications. JLL was retained earlier this year to sell the property on behalf of Frontier, which continues to lease one of the two buildings.

With its 43 newspaper titles, Sound Publishing is the largest community media organization in Washington State. Sound has a combined print circulation of 637,547 and employs more than 500 people in 32 locations around the Puget Sound region and eastern Washington.

Sound Publishing will move to its new space from its existing headquarters on Commando Road in March 2014.
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