The business agency of Detroit’s two major dailies announced Wednesday night that it is working  on a long-term lease to move the newsrooms into the former Federal Reserve Building downtown after a 13-month search.

The Detroit Media Partnership, which manages the business  operations of The Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press, has “agreed to basic business terms” to relocate five blocks to 160 W. Fort Street, a building owned and under renovation by Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert and his Bedrock Real Estate Services.

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