SAN JOSE -- The sale of the San Jose Mercury News' campus to Super Micro Computer has been completed, the newspaper's parent company, Digital First Media, said Thursday.
The sale includes the 35.7-acre campus, which contains a 312,000-square-foot main building. The Mercury News will continue to occupy the building and plans to relocate operations in 2014.
"This is a big step forward in Digital First Media's ongoing digital transformation," Steve Rossi, president and publisher of the Bay Area News Group, said in a prepared release. "We will continue to work to identify the best possible space for the San Jose Mercury News' news gathering, sales and operation units."
The sale agreement with tech company Super Micro was first announced in September. No price was disclosed.