The company that publishes The Miami Herald has sold the newspaper's bayfront Miami building and 14 surrounding acres to a resort and casino developer.
The McClatchy Company announced the $236 million deal Friday.
Malaysia-based Genting Malaysia Berhad will allow The Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald to continue operating from the downtown building rent free for two years while McClatchy searches for a new location.
McClatchy CEO Gary Pruitt says a bayfront location was no longer the best fit for the two newspapers.
McClatchy plans to use $163 million from the sale to bolster the company's pension plan and $65 million to pay down debt.
Genting plans to develop hotel, entertainment and residential facilities on the land along Biscayne Bay and surrounding the Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center.