Roomi hits 1 million users and raises $11 million to grow its shared housing marketplacePaul Sawers / VentureBeat - 2 years ago
  • Roomi, a peer-to-peer marketplace for finding roommates, has raised $11 million in a series A round of funding led by Atami Capital, with participation from Rosecliff Ventures, Townsquare Media, JXC Ventures, DCM, and Great Oaks Venture Capital.
  • Founded out of New York in 2013, Roomi enables anyone to find shared housing in their desired area, with filters available based on move-in dates, duration, and amenities such as “couples ok,” “air conditioning,” “gym,” and more.
  • Above: Roomi
  • Roomi had previously raised around $6 million in outside funding, and the company said that it plans to use this latest cash influx to expand its presence across the U.S.