After more than 15 years at the same joint, Miami New Times is moving next week. It's not a big change. We are just rolling our stuff a mile north on Biscayne Boulevard to a pretty little building at 4500 Biscayne Boulevard, where we will occupy the second floor.
The space is larger than our present operation at 2800 Biscayne. Technology will be a bigger part of the new place, with flat screen TVs everywhere and website numbers raining down upon us like the monsoon that hit this morning. We circulate 70,000 newspapers each week these days. Our site gets about 610,000 page views over the same period. Our new location should help cater to the fast growing web audience.
The public should see no effect from the move. Our phone numbers and, of course, web addresses, will not change. The mailing address is slightly different, 4500 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 200, but even the zip code won't change.
So if you want to stop by and take a look, c'mon down!
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