Saturday, January 30, 2016
Orlando Sentinel may be forced to move
The company that once owned the Orlando Sentinel has put the buildings and two swuare blocks of land that the newspaper occupies up for sale.
The 18.69-acre property is at Colonial Drive and Orange Avenue in Orlando, Florida.
In 2014 the newspaper’s owners sold the Sentinel to newly created Tribune Publishing but kept the land.
If the land is sold, the Sentinel could be bought out of the lease and forced to move.
The Sentinel morphed from six previous Orlando newspapers.