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The Bulletin (Bend)

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The Bulletin (Bend)

TypeDaily newspaper
FormatBroadsheet
Owner(s)EO Media Group
PublisherHeidi Wright
Founded1903 ( 1903 ) as the Bend Bulletin
HeadquartersBend, Oregon , U.S.
Sister newspapersBaker City Herald , The Observer , The Redmond Spokesman , the East Oregonian, The Astorian
Websitebendbulletin.com
Twitter@thebulletin
Facebookbendbulletin

BEND, Ore.-CBRE announced Thursday sale of 20-year-old Bulletin building and property on BEND's Westside for 13. 15 million to new owners who plan to revamp it for commercial tenants, with focus on high Tech and R & D. Property, which was marketed as part of Western Communications Bankruptcy proceedings, was purchased by Chandler Center, LLC. Paige Morgan and Charles Safley with CBREs Portland partner with Gardner Williams and Graham Dent with Compass Commercial in BEND to represent seller, while Dan Kemp with Compass Commercial represent buyer. BEND Bulletin building offer unique opportunity to control large blocks of quality office and industrial space in low-vacancy, land-constrain market with limited supply, says CBREs Paige Morgan. In addition to existing building, sales include more than nine acres of land thats zone mixed-use development. BEND Bulletin building totals 86 445 square feet of office and space on 9. 78 acres. It was built in 2000 by Western Communications to House staff printing press for Bulletin newspaper. EO Media Group, who acquired Bulletin earlier this year, will lease portion of building. This property is located on highly desirable west side of BEND, near many of our citys most sought-after amenities, say Compass Commercials Gardner Williams. As new owners look to further develop property, it will be able to provide tenants with convenient location and competitive advantage for recruiting employees. Kemp told NewsChannel 21 BEND-base Next Development Group is buying property for redevelopment purposes and that Chandler LLC is New LLC holding entity form as part of process. He said new owners plan to rebrand it as Cascades Tech Center, with intentions to redevelop it as combination of office space with some clean uses such as research and development, with other uses also possible. Original Asking Price For Property Was Over 20 Million, Kemp Note, Adding That There Are No Plans For Additional Buildings On Site. Kemp say says propertys MU zone has some restrictions, such as general warehousing and transportation distribution, in terms of traditional industrial uses, but we are looking at wide variety of redevelopment options. He says final will be really tenant-driven, based on interest. We do know it's going to be multi-tenant building, he say. We've got some planning underway on how to convert that into multi-tenant building. We're also in conversations with some larger possible tenants who would take bigger piece of building. Bulletin has two-year lease agreement on downstairs office space, Kemp say, while some changes are planned to newspaper's former upstairs space. Press is in process of being remove, he say, as newspapers are now being printed in Prineville. There will be Open House, once we have all plans finalize, inviting brokers in community and others interested in what building is going to turn into, Kemp say.

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History

To start newspaper in printing press and other publishing equipment were brought overland from railhead at Shaniko by freight wagon. Bend Bulletin Was First Published As Weekly Newspaper On March 27 1903. At time, Bend was mere hamlet in what was then part of Crook County. Newspaper's First Publisher Was Max Lueddemann With Don P. Rea Serving As First Editor. When it begin, newspaper's other employee was printer name. H. Kennedy. Newspaper Office Was Located In Rustic Cabin On East Bank Of Deschutes River. In summer of 1904, newspaper was sold to J. M. Lawrence. He moved newspaper to office building in downtown Bend. In that year it consolidated with Deschutes Echo, which had been launched in 1902 in neighboring hamlet of Deschutes.

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Bend Bulletin

Found even before Bend was incorporate, Bend Bulletin would chronicle town's steady growth from modest hamlet with only saw mill, irrigation office, and few scattered houses, to de facto metropolis of Central Oregon. Run off hand house in log schoolhouse, first issue appeared on March 27 1903. Founder Of Paper, Max Lueddemann, Never Actually Lived In Bend. Successful Portland Businessman, He Set Up Shop In Town Because It Was Center Of Emerging Homestead And Timber Region, And He Correctly Intuit That Publication Of Land Notices Would Provide Steady Income. Lueddemann had already refined this business model by establishing papers in small Oregon towns of Shaniko and Antelope. In early days, bulletin was four-page, five-column weekly, with half content ready-print and sent in from Portland. Coverage of local news was initially scarce, and it would be several months before first County correspondence saw print. In 1904, Bulletin was consolidated with its one local Deschutes Echo. Biggest Local-interest News Story From Bulletins Early Years Was Announced In May 10 1915 Extra Edition And Subsequently Given Full Coverage In Regular Weekly Issue Of Wednesday, May 12. Shevlin-Hixon Company had selected Bend for site of their new sawmill, major operation that was expected to process 80 million board feet per year and employ at least 500 people. This was popularly viewed as economic boon that would secure Bend's future. Spontaneous celebrations erupt in town, with businesses shuttered for day, band concert, speeches by local dignitaries and parade of 45 automobiles down Main Street. Were all partners this, Bulletin editorialize. Bends prophecy about be fulfil. Even so, paper also acknowledges that there might be downsides to rapid economic development of town. With Bends there will come countless opportunities for local strife. Without doubt, minor internal difficulties of past will be magnified. Bend Bulletin also played key role in campaigning for creation of Deschutes County, which was organized from western half of Crook County in 1916. That same year, paper began issuing daily edition. In 1921, color pages were introduced on Saturdays. In 1963, title was shortened to Bulletin, name by which it continued to be published to present day.

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