180 North LaSalle St., Chicago. Credit: CoStar 180 North LaSalle St., Chicago. Credit:CoStar

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CHICAGO—Level Ex, a growing medical gaming company, has expandedand relocated its headquarters operations here to more than 20,000square feet of subleased space at 180 North LaSalle St.

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The firm has relocated from River North to the 38-story,760,000-square-foot office tower in the Chicago Loop. The term ofthe sublease for space on the building's fifth floor began in early2020, according to Savills, which represented Level Ex in thesublease deal.

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The firm's expanded footprint can now accommodate up to 125employees. Level Ex reports its new space totals 20,377 squarefeet.

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Savills corporate managing director Jon Azulay and seniormanaging director Adam Mitchell advised Level Ex in the leasenegotiations. The sub-landlord, Newell, was represented by JamesStein and Jack Tunnicliff at Cushman & Wakefield.

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"Since its founding five years ago, Level Ex has been on a rapidgrowth trajectory. The company has launched several mobile gamesfor physicians, has 500,000 healthcare professionals playing itsgames, and saw a 75% increase in personnel in 2019," Azulay says."Because the business is expanding so quickly, it needed a spacethat could not only handle continued growth, but something turnkeythat could support seamless and efficient operations."

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Level Ex creates mobile, augmented reality and virtual realitygames for physicians. The company uses state-of-the-art video gametechnology and cognitive neuroscience to capture the challenges ofpracticing medicine, which the company notes is revolutionizing theway physicians keep up-to-speed on rare and challenging cases, newmedical devices and drug therapies to stay sharp in theirspecialties.

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The company reports its medical video games, which are leveragedby the top 20 pharmaceutical and medical device companies as wellas medical societies, offer CME credits and are available free onthe App Store and Google Play.

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Level Ex is actively hiring for various roles at its Chicagooffice and Boston satellite office.

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John Jordan

John Jordan is a veteran journalist with 36 years of print and digital media experience.