Density & the Way forward for Actual Property | by Mark Suster
Practically six years in the past, I used to be thrilled to put money into Andrew Farah and the crew at Density after they had a imaginative and prescient for constructing nameless monitoring of how folks use workplace buildings, leases and different public areas.
And at the moment, as the company announces their latest funding round of $125M at a $1B+ valuation, I’m nonetheless thrilled to again Density as they’re rising massively with clients like Uber, Shopify, Delta, and Cisco, amongst many others. Fairly merely, the info that Density supplies — information that hasn’t been out there till now — is altering the best way corporations, actual property leaders and workers take into consideration and measure these main property.
I’m excited to share a brief dialog with Andrew about at the moment’s information and the place the corporate goes, which you’ll see here:
- Density’s development and transition by way of the previous two years of a pandemic the place — seems! — realizing the place persons are in proximity, with out violating their privateness, is fairly essential
- How the info Density supplies could make measurable influence on local weather change (since 39% of all emissions come from buildings)
- The vary of use instances for Density, now and sooner or later, from rethinking work patters to short-term rental monitoring to metropolis catastrophe planning
Please be part of me in congratulating the team on this newest milestone!