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Video Game Studio Makes Move to National Building

Iron Galaxy Studios has signed a lease for 15,291 square feet of space at the National Building in the Loop. The move to the National at 125 S. Clark St. coincides with the video game developer’s 10th anniversary, and represents still another TAMI tenancy in the neighborhood.

“From concept to execution, Iron Galaxy is a vision that began in my hometown of Chicago and continues to grow here,” said company founder Dave Lang. “I’m extremely proud of my team and all that we have achieved in our 10 years. The National Building is the perfect place for the next chapter of growth and the many projects that lie ahead.”

JLL’s Corey Siegrist and Jim Rose represented Iron Galaxy. The 580,000-square-foot National was built in 1907 by D.H. Burnham & Company.

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