KIRKLAND, Wash.–Wave (www.wavebroadband.com), a gigabit fiber and broadband services company, today announced that it has finalized and signed a 10-year lease to be a primary tenant in the new Kirkland Urban development. Setting Kirkland Urban as its new corporate headquarters, Wave will occupy three floors and approximately 88,000 square feet within an eight-story building, one of two primary towers slated to be part of the redevelopment.
Wave, which has been based in the adjacent Kirkland Parkplace development since 2003, expects to move into its new headquarters in Spring 2018. Wave also will have prominent signage on the top of the office building’s exterior.
Wave currently occupies approximately 42,000 square feet in its existing headquarters, where approximately 450 of Wave’s more than 1,300 employees are based. During construction, Wave will continue to operate out of its longstanding headquarters. The company has structured a moving plan to ensure that the transition does not affect customer service or other vital company operations.
“Kirkland has been Wave’s home since our inception in 2003 and we are very pleased to deepen our roots here while establishing a new base of operations to accommodate our continued progress and growth,” said Steve Weed, Wave’s CEO. “At Kirkland Urban, we will build on our track record of providing West Coast business and residential customers with the industry’s fastest internet and data connections backed by exceptional, local customer service and overall value.”
Wave is a gigabit fiber and broadband services company, providing true high-speed Internet service and a variety of related products and options for business and residential customers in key areas of Washington, Oregon and California. The company is headquartered in Kirkland, Washington. For more information, visit www.wavebroadband.com.