Times House site now home to condo 1986 1998 1973

Demolition of the Times House building begins in 2004 to make way for redevelopment, as ex-ST TV cameraman Shahriya Yahaya holds the name plate of the department where he used to work. (Below) Times House staff gather for a group photo before bulldoz
Demolition of the Times House building begins in 2004 to make way for redevelopment, as ex-ST TV cameraman Shahriya Yahaya holds the name plate of the department where he used to work. (Below) Times House staff gather for a group photo before bulldozers move in.ST PHOTOS: JOYCE FANG, TAY KAY CHIN

The Straits Times returns to Singapore after the paper splits. New Straits Times is started for Malaysia in 1972.

New Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) headquarters at News Centre in Genting Lane is opened.

SPH pays $40 million for a property at 1000 Toa Payoh North to house all non-printing operations. In February 2002, The Straits Times staff move in. Times House is sold in 2004. The Cosmopolitan condominium is built on the site in 2008.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on July 15, 2015, with the headline 'Times House site now home to condo 1986 1998 1973'. Print Edition | Subscribe