The Washington Post’s current headquarters at 1150 15th Street, Northwest, reflects journalism in 1972 well: Reporters and editors cluster near others with similar beats. Need some quiet for a meeting, an interview, or a phone call? Go outside, or hope you can book some time in a conference room (or better yet, meet a source in a similarly charming parking garage). And most of the Post’s product engineers—the people who help design technology that helps journalists reach readers—are stashed away from those journalists on another floor.
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