Billings Gazette Puts Building Up for Sale

The Billings Gazette announced last week that their headquarters building in downtown Billings is for sale. The 94,000-square-foot building at 401 N. Broadway has become something of a highly visible icon in the community since it was built in 1967.

“This decision is being made simply because the building is too large for our current needs,” said , President and Publisher Dave Worstell. “Financially, the Billings Gazette is in good shape. We are very optimistic about our future as the pre...

The Billings Gazette announced last week that their headquarters building in downtown Billings is for sale. The 94,000-square-foot building at 401...
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