Three Roots Capital is moving to Farragut.
Grady Vanderhoofven, president and CEO, said the business hopes to move from its current site at 10426 Jackson Oaks Way, near Christian Brothers Automotive off Kingston Pike, to a new building at 12640 Kingston Pike, located beside Way Station Trail and across the street from SouthEast Bank near Renaissance | Farragut late this week.
“The goal is to be in there on Aug. 17,” Vanderhoofven said. “We’re very happy (with the move),” he added. “It’s a great space.
“We will be able to grow there for a while. I think it’s likely we will eventually outgrow that space, but I think that will be a very comfortable, productive space for us to be in for a number of years.”
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