Medical robotics innovator, Stereotaxis, has today announced it will move its global headquarters to Globe Building in downtown St. Louis at the end of this year. Stereotaxis is the global leader in innovative robotic technologies designed for the treatment of arrhythmias.
“Establishing our new headquarters at the Globe is another exciting step in our effort to modernize every aspect of Stereotaxis and build a foundation to support years of significant growth,” says David Fischel, Stereotaxis Chairman and CEO. “Our new space is being designed to support improved collaboration across an expanding team along with a three-fold expansion of our surgical robot manufacturing capacity.”
Referred to as “The Hi-Tech Castle,” the Globe Building is located in downtown St. Louis’ Innovation District. The building is home to a range of technology companies where robust connectivity infrastructure and cybersecurity is required. Stereotaxis’ neighbors in the downtown tech corridor will include merchant services tech giant, Square, who announced their move downtown in 2019, T-Rex, the technology incubator serving more than 200 startups and organizations, as well as the new National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) West campus.
“We are delighted to partner with and support Stereotaxis in their vision to advance healthcare with robotics, technology, and connectivity,” says Steve Stone, owner of the Globe Building. “We look forward to welcoming them into our community and having them contribute to the revitalization of downtown St. Louis.”