WWE bids $27 million to purchase television studios office complex

WWE has offered a sum of $27 million to purchase the large office space complex that currently holds their television studios.

Located at Hamilton Avenue in Stamford, the space is currently serving as AmeriCares world headquarters and has other tenants inside. The huge complex is around a mile away from WWE’s corporate headquarters on East Main Street.

“An opportunity arose that made sense for us to pursue,” WWE told the Stamford Advocate newspaper in an emailed statement. “If we’re successful in the purchase of the building, WWE would become the building’s landlord and assumes the previous owner’s lease obligations.”

Seaboard Realty, owners of the buildings, are bankrupt and eight city properties went up for a quick sale. WWE offered $3 million more than what the court approved but there is a long list of other bidders who have bid on the property and others.

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!


Paul Wight to make AEW debut next week on Dynamite

Paul Wight, the man formerly known as The Big Show in WWE, will be making his All Elite Wrestling...

Taya Valkyrie says 10-year journey has reached its end goal with WWE signing

Kira Magnin-Forster, better known to wrestling fans as Taya Valkyrie, posted on social media how her decade-long journey in...

Two more matches added to the Revolution 2021 card

A Casino Tag Team Royale has been announced for the upcoming AEW Revolution pay-per-view.The winners of this match will...

Stories you might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you