Real estate technology company Compass relocated its primary office in mid-February to Rollingwood Center III at 2500 Bee Caves Road, Austin. The 20,000 square-foot space will feature various meeting spaces allowing for collaboration between Compass agents and staff, according to a press release. The company launched in 2018 and has since grown to 400 agents and 35 staff members, the release states. Compass helps clients prepare their homes for the market by providing various services, including house stagings, cleaning and cosmetic improvements. 512-575-3644. www.compass.com
Real estate technology company Compass relocates office to Rollingwood
Compass relocated its office to Rollingwood Center III on Bee Caves Road in mid-February. (Courtesy Compass)
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