Storage startup doubles VC funding in as many years

Closetbox picks up, stores and delivers items for customers. Courtesy SpareFoot.com)

With another venture capital round in the bag, a Greenwood Village storage startup has surpassed $10 million in investment.

Founded in 2014, Closetbox closed a $5.5 million round March 22, according to a recent SEC filing.

Closetbox picks up costumers’ belongings, then stores and retrieves them on demand.

BusinessDen previously reported Closetbox’s $5 million capital raise last April, as well as a $1.8 million raise in 2015.

The company charges a monthly fee for storing items, with Denver prices ranging from $72.80 for a 5-by-5-foot space to $330.12 for a 10-by-20-foot space, according to its website.

Closetbox is available in 35 states and Washington, D.C., according to its website. In Colorado, it services Denver, Fort Collins, Boulder, and Colorado Springs. The firm did not return calls seeking comment.

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