In March 2019, WWE announced plans to move its global headquarters to a new office building at 677 Washington Boulevard in Stamford, Connecticut.
At the time, WWE touted that the move would allow them to “bring together its operations, including its production studios and corporate offices at its new site.”
The Stamford Advocate recently reported that WWE is targeting late 2022 to start moving employees to its new headquarters.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic started, WWE had been planning to slowly move different divisions into the new HQ and everyone be in the building by 2021. Since 2020, WWE has cut several wrestlers and employees.
The new building is 712,000-square-feet per floor, which is significantly bigger than WWE's building of 110,000 square feet per floor. The lease for the building will be for 16.5 years, with five five-year renewal options afterward.
WWE has been in Titan Tower since 1985. Over the years, WWE has filmed various things at the headquarters such as segments, show intros, a Super Bowl commercial, and the 2020 Money in the Bank ladder matches.