LockerDome moving to new St. Louis facility, plans to hire 300

Courtesy of LockerDome
Courtesy of LockerDome

Tech company LockerDome is more than doubling the size of its office space in downtown St. Louis and plans to hire up to 300 people by the end of 2020.

LockerDome’s chief executive and co-founder Gabe Lozano said the company, which has 45 employees, has outgrown its current storefront.

After a 120-day build-out set to begin in the second half of 2016, LockerDome’s employees will move to occupy an 18,000-square-foot building a block away from its current location.

The tech company that started as a sports social media platform has evolved to become an interest-based social platform for gaming, music and politics, among other options. Earlier this year, LockerDome opened a New York office with a staff of eight.

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