Today, the Kyiv Post moves into a spacious new, 455-square meter space provided by publisher Adnan Kivan, owner of KADORR Group, the Odesa-based real estate development company

Today, the Kyiv Post moves into a spacious new, 455-square meter space provided by publisher Adnan Kivan, owner of KADORR Group, the Odesa-based real estate development company. The Post trades its cramped space of the last eight years, on Pushkinska, for a glass-walled, open space in a largely residential building, at 68 Zhylianska, between Pankivska and Tarasivka. Post editor Brian Bonner writes: “While much of the Kyiv Post workforce is still working remotely, the era of the office is far from dead.” The new newsroom will have 48 work spaces and a video studio. The only downside will be the 20-minute walk to the nearest metro station.

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