SEATTLE - Funko, LLC is moving its headquarters to a new and expanded facility in Everett’s Seaway neighborhood, where it will occupy the entire 200,500 square foot building located at 1202 Shuksan Way.
The collectibles designer will utilize the space for its office and distribution functions. Funko will be relocating from its current 62,000 s.f. facility in March of 2014.
Funko was represented by Daniel Seger and Brent Jackson of Jones Lang LaSalle. The building is owned by the State of Washington, which represented itself in the lease negotiation. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Founded in 1998, Funko was a leader in the bobblehead rebirth while successfully bringing low-tech toys back into a high-tech world. Today, Funko is a world leading designer, importer and marketer of pop-culture collectibles.  Through its proprietary platform model, extensive library of licensing relationships, efficient sourcing model, and world-class design team, Funko is one of the leading brands in the world of collectibles. More information on their products can be found at www.funko.com.
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