Observer’s saying farewell to 600 S. Tryon St. | WFAE

The Charlotte Observer's South Tryon Street headquarters opened in 1971. It's been sold to a developer and probably will be torn down. This was my view for years on the walk in from the parking deck. (David Borak photo)
The Charlotte Observer’s South Tryon Street headquarters opened in 1971. It’s been sold to a developer and probably will be torn down. This was my view for years on the walk in from the parking deck. (David Boraks photo)

The Charlotte Observer is moving to a new office this spring – and that means saying goodbye to the current four-story newsroom and office building on South Tryon Street, which is expected to be redeveloped. On Thursday, a few hundred employees past and present reunited for a couple of hours to reminisce. I once worked there as an editor and reporter. I was in the crowd and visited the newsroom –  here’s my commentary on WFAE

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March 11, 2016, WFAE.org, “Observer Employees, Alums Reminisce as Relocation Approaches

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