Newark Local Business
Local business in Newark, OH
Thursday Jul 14 | via Lucianne.com
NEWARK, Ohio - Nineteen years ago, 225 employees of The Longaberger Co. couldnA t wait to enter their new workplace, a $32 million, seven-story replica of the companyA s Medium Market Basket that eventually housed 500 workers. Comment?
Thursday Jul 14 | via Whiznews.com
NEWARK, Ohio An iconic Ohio building closed its doors at the end of the business day Thursday afternoon for the final time. Since it opened in 1997, Longaberger Company's basket building in Newark has been a major employer and roadside attraction for thousands. Comment?
Thursday Jul 14 | via The Washington Post
If you've always wanted to hang out in a picnic basket, here's your chance. Sitting on 25 acres of land in Newark, Ohio, a 7-story building designed and painted to be an exact - albeit enlarged - replica of a Longaberger-produced wicker picnic basket will likely soon be up for sale. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 13 | via El Paso Times
Longaberger empties famous Ohio basket building Nearly 20 years after it was built, The Longaberger Co. is moving its workers out. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 12 | via USA Today
Longaberger empties its famous Ohio basket building Nearly 20 years after it was built, The Longaberger Co. is moving its workers out. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 12 | via Whiznews.com
The basket-shaped building used by employees of the Longaberger Company for 20 years will be vacant by the end of the week as staff move to another location in Muskingum County. The Newark Advocate says Longaberger owes over 577-thousand dollars for the structure in Newark. Comment?
Monday Jul 11 | via The Review
The basket-shaped Ohio building used by employees of The Longaberger Co. for two decades will be vacant by week's end as remaining staff move to another location, and officials still don't know what will happen to the unusual structure. Comment?
May 20, 2016 | via Hyperallergic
Standing seven stories tall and measuring 208 feet at its widest, for years the Newark, Ohio, building housed the headquarters of the Longaberger Company , its exterior painstakingly modeled on the famous handwoven hampers created and distributed by the basket manufacturer. But as of last week, employees will no longer pack in like sandwiches or march in like ants as they go to work, as Longaberger has consolidated its offices elsewhere, leaving the fate of this rare architectural landmark up in the air. Comment?
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