The SF Busienss Times reports that the Examiner is on the move again.
The free daily owned by conservative oilman Phil Anschutz has moved into 16,942 square feet on the second floor of 71 Stevenson St. in the South of Market Area neighborhood.
The Ex will sublease the space from H5, which occupies about 50,000 square feet in the 23-story building.
The move marks the third time the newspaper has relocated since Hearst Corp. sold the Examiner in 2000. The original buyer, the Fang family, moved the Examiner to the Warfield building at 988 Market St. In February of 2004, Anschutz bought the paper for $10.7 million and traded the gritty Tenderloin digs for about 13,000 square feet at 450 Mission St., across the street from the Transbay Terminal.