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WASHINGTON, DC-While history has been made at the Washington Post, its building at 1515 L St. NW apparently is not a historical landmark.

As Jeff Bezos is perhaps a few weeks ago from closing on the purchase of the storied newspaper, indications are that the Amazon founder will retain interest in the property built in 1950. Prior to the sale, the Washington Post building was put on the market for sale by the newspaper ownership along with land beneath a building on the corner at 1100 15th St. NW and two Robinson Terminal warehouse sites on the Alexandria saterfront, according to the Washington Post.

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