The office of two sister dailies has gone on the market after four years of occupation by the newspapers.
Archant is currently seeking new office space but says it is committed to the newspapers’ teams “staying in the heart of the Ipswich community”.
The two-storey site in Ipswich has been used by the EADT and Star since they moved out of their previous Lower Brook Street headquarters in 2016.
The move was described at the time by Jeff Henry, the company’s then chief executive, as a “major investment by Archant in its Suffolk business”.
The office, pictured, was originally a warehouse for cigar maker Churchman and is located at the junction of Princes Street and Portman Road – next to Ipswich Town Football Club’s stadium.
An Archant spokesman told HTFP: “We have taken the opportunity to look to a new office which better suits our requirements of embedding our teams in the communities they serve and so staying in the heart of the Ipswich community, which we are of course firmly committed to.”