At the intersection of Fowler Street and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Fort Myers, the future is unknown.

The former News-Press building stands in the southwest corner of the intersection.

Earlier this week, Fort Myers City Council voted to start accepting offers from developers looking to buy the site.

His building was supposed to be transformed into a new city police headquarters. An idea that fell apart.

Now the developer will have almost endless possibilities.

Before the city moves forward, we look back as we pass through an empty 170,000-square-foot building with Gulfshore Business reporter David Dorsey, who spent the first 25 years of his career there, starting as an intern in 1993.

The city of Fort Myers will stop accepting offers for The News-Press on July 1 and hopes to complete the deal in the next few months.

See the full interview and review of the building in the video above.

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