MakeSpace raises another $30 million to take on self-storage

Al Harris
Published April 20, 2017

Here are 30 million more reasons you should take valet storage seriously: Full-service storage provider MakeSpace has raised another $30 million from investors.

That brings the company’s total funding to date to more than $60 million. The latest round was led by 8VC.

Previous investor Mark Suster detailed in a blog post why he thinks the company was able to attract so much more funding.

One reason? MakeSpace expects to exit 2017 with “10’s of millions of recurring g revenue.”

Read Suster’s entire blog post here.

Al Harris

Alexander Harris is a reporter covering the business of self-storage. He obtained his degree in journalism from Virginia Commonwealth University. He loves reading Elmore Leonard novels and listening to classic country music. You can call him Al.

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