Cable provider moves to new digs

August 1, 2009 

After more than 20 years of renting, the folks at Time Warner Cable finally have a room of their own.

The telecommunications company began occupying a $33 million energy-efficient building in Morrisville this month that will be command central for 800 to 900 Time Warner workers.

Time Warner is the Triangle's cable TV provider, with 800,000 cable, phone and Internet customers in the eastern half of the state.

For years Time Warner employees had been scattered at three different offices in Morrisville. "This is the first time we have all been under one roof," said spokeswoman Melissa Buscher.

The four-story office on Paramount Parkway has 160,000 square feet and incorporates some of the latest green technologies, for which the company is seeking energy-efficient certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. Time Warner is planning a ribbon-cutting next week.

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