Like many great American newspapers before it, The Washington Post is preparing to pick up and move its newsroom to new headquarters. Its current base of operations, the iconic 1150 15th St. NW building, will be razed to make room for a new development anchored by mortgage company Fannie Mae.
Over at Washingtonian magazine, Washington Post kremlinologist Andrew Beaujon has been covering the newspaper’s impending move, including requests from the human resources department to toss out excess paper.
In an effort to make the now-vacant offices at more homey, Washington Post Design Director Greg Manifold is asking employees to nominate headlines to be included in installations that will adorn the walls of the new offices. “Don’t hesitate to send a lengthy list of favorites,” he writes. Read more