A Denver startup is choosing to stay in the neighborhood, but upgrading to a brand new building.
The company, which handles mobile food orders on university campuses, leased office space downtown on the sixth floor of 1700 Broadway.
With a recent capital raise, a rapidly expanding hauling and storage company has now surpassed $18 million in venture capital.
Young companies in Colorado raised $140 million in December, bolstered by Denver-based software startup Convercent.
A company that helps homeowners control sprinklers from smartphones raised $10 million in fresh capital.
This is its largest funding round to date, bringing its total haul to at least $9.5 million.
Colorado startups raised a total of $295 million in the month of November, according to a BusinessDen tally of Form Ds filed through the SEC.
Larimer Square soon will have no excuse for internet lag time.
Mark Boulding is trying to give the Rubik’s Cube a run for its money.
It’s the young company’s largest funding round to date, after raising $500,000 in 2015 and $1.3 million in 2016.