Oklahoma City newspaper eyes return to downtown
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
1/15/13 at 7:01 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma Publishing Co., publisher of The Oklahoman, is in negotiations to return its headquarters to downtown Oklahoma City after a 20-year absence, CEO Gary Pierson told employees Monday.
The company, currently located at 9000 N. Broadway, is planning a move into the long-vacant Century Center Mall, 100 W. Main, subject to ongoing negotiations, approvals and commitments for both it and the landlord.
"We've been working toward something very special for both OPUBCO and downtown," Pierson said. "We are hopeful it all comes together."
OPUBCO would be moving approximately 350 employees and an annual payroll of more than $26 million. The new space would be 67,000 square feet.
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