Feder: Sun-Times moving to Old Post Office

For the third time in 17 years, the Sun-Times newsroom is on the move.

Under the new ownership of nonprofit Chicago Public Media, the newspaper will be downsizing its offices to a 6,000 square-foot space in Chicago's renovated Old Post Office at 433 West Van Buren Street.

It will share the space with public radio WBEZ 91.5-FM, which will retain its offices and studios at Navy Pier.

Since 2017 the Sun-Times has been leasing 22,000 square feet in a nondescript building at 30 North Racine Avenue on the Near West Side.

Sun-Times CEO Nykia Wright told staffers the company signed a one-year lease and the site should be ready by August.

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