The Boston Herald is resuming its push to develop its own South End property, including building retail space and “dozens of residences” at the site.

The Herald, which no longer prints its tabloid at the Harrison Avenue site, teamed up with National Development a few years ago to develop the prime property right next to I-93, but the plans were put on hold because of the recession. Now the economy is slowly recovering — and National Development is seeking out potential retail tenants for a future development, the Globe reports.

The goal is to eventually move the Herald’s remaining news, advertising and circulation departments to a leased office, presumably elsewhere in the city, clearing the way for full-scale development of the site, which is bounded by Harrison Avenue and Herald, Albany and Traveler streets.

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