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ASBURY PARK, NJ-The Asbury Park Press will move out of its headquarters at the Neptune Building here to smaller quarters at 3600 Route 66.

Thomas M. Donovan, publisher of the newspaper, said that the move would take place at the end of the first quarter or early second quarter of 2014. The Asbury Park Press is in the process of selling the 175,000-square-foot Neptune Building, which has been its home since the 1980s.

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