WWE is finally preparing to move to its new headquarters located at 707 Washington Blvd in Stamford, CT. The move had been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it seems that the company is ready to make the transition to its new home. However, the company has yet to start their move to the new headquarters.
WWE found a new home at 707 Washington Blvd in Stamford, Connecticut. This building has been unoccupied since UBS moved out in 2016, but it will now be transformed into the new headquarters for WWE.
As previously reported, WWE planned to start moving its employees into the new building in March 2023. Given the large scale of the operation, the move was going to be done in phases, with the first divisions expected to be moved by the end of March.
However, according to PWInsider, the plan is still not underway. The move is now expected to take place in April 2023, likely after the WrestleMania weekend.
It was previously reported that WWE had planned to complete the move by the end of 2023 or early 2024, but they had not set a specific target date for the move. The revised timeline for the move suggests that WWE is taking a careful and considered approach to the relocation process.
Moving a company as large as WWE requires careful planning and coordination to ensure minimal disruption to operations. By delaying the move until after WrestleMania weekend, WWE can focus on delivering a successful event for fans without the added stress of relocating at the same time.
WWE has been using the current Titan Tower building in Stamford, Connecticut as its headquarters since 1985. Over the years, the building has been featured in various WWE productions, including segments, show intros, and even pay-per-view matches, such as the 2020 Money in the Bank ladder matches, which were filmed at the headquarters due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Keep checking back at Ringside News for more on your favorite wrestling news.