Binghamton Press & Sun Bulletin to Cease Printing of Newspaper Locally & Production Facility at 10 Gannett Drive Johnson City NY Listed for Sale. Gannett, the owner of the Press & Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York, told workers at the Central New York Production Facility in Johnson City about the closure March 15.
The $50 million dollar Gannett newspaper printing operation in Broome County that opened in 2006 will close mid June, the building was put up for sale on or about June 7, 2018, see link. The Gannett Co. owned plant at 10 Gannett Drive Johnson City, NY 13790 has been listed for sale recently. This 97,000± SF production facility on 10.3 acres at 10 Gannett Drive Johnson City, NY is available for sale by CBRE|Syracuse.
The warehouse, production & distribution space combine to approx. 81,000 SF 10 Gannett Drive Johnson City, NY. There are 5 dock-high & 3 on-grade doors, and ceiling heights vary from 30' to 44'. High corporate image building with Class A executive office space. Immediate highway access.
According to pressconnects.com, the move at 10 Gannett Drive Johnson City, NY will affect about 98 employees involved in printing and packaging operations at the plant on Gannett Drive, just south of CFJ Boulevard. Starting in mid-June, the Binghamton newspaper, along with Gannett's Elmira and Ithaca dailies, are to be printed at the Rochester facility that now produces the Democrat and Chronicle. Newspaper circulation has declined in recent years as more people have turned to online information sources. There have been some other changes over the past 10 years. The single-copy price of the Press & Sun-Bulletin was 50 cents in 2006; the price now is $1.50. The size of a page in the newspaper has been trimmed since the printing plant started operating; each page now is an inch narrower.
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