HqO, a Boston, MA-based tenant experience (TeX) platform for commercial real estate, raised $6.6M in seed funding.
Backers included Accomplice and a syndicate of strategic commercial real estate partners, including: JLL Spark, Navitas Capital, DivcoWest, Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Goodwin Gaw, David Hirsch, and Jeremy Neuer.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate sales, marketing, product development, and property launch and success, making hires in multiple roles across all departments of the business.
Led by Chase Garbarino, co-founder and CEO, HqO provides an experience platform that enables landlords to give tenants a remote control for their property. The HqO platform includes:
– Branded, tenant-facing mobile app featuring transportation alerts, smart building features, amenities and commerce, and property communication.
– Administrative tools to streamline daily operations for the onsite property team.
– Custom support and services to amenitize the property.
– Dedicated product development that takes a tenant-first mentality.
The solution is currently live at properties owned by property owners, such as DivcoWest, Jamestown, National Development, Boylston Properties, Bulfinch Companies.