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More information about the new WWE corporate headquarters

The new location of the WWE Headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut will feature a total of 415,000 square feet of space, allowing the company to continue to expand while also consolidate most of its offices and production facilities.

The building previously housed the North American headquarters of UBS, and now WWE will share the three-building complex with KPMG and Perkins Eastman.

“The agreement announced today represents a major step forward in restoring the property’s standing as the commercial center of downtown Stamford,” George Comfort & Sons said in a press release.

Comfort’s president and CEO Peter S. Duncan added, “For the past 20 years, 677 Washington Boulevard has been regarded rightfully as downtown Stamford’s commercial centerpiece. It’s both logical and exciting to have WWE be located there. Local office market conditions are continuing to improve and our firm is pleased to play a major role in that progress.”

The huge property was bought in December 2017 by Stamford Washington Investors LLC for $33 million. WWE did not disclose how much rent they will be paying for their space.

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