D.C. real estate software firm nearly doubles its venture funding

Aquicore Inc., whose software platform helps building owners monitor energy usage, has raised $14 million in new funding, nearly doubling its total intake and capping a year of growth for the D.C. firm.

This latest round was led by Keyframe Capital Partners, a New York investment firm that was accompanied by A/O Proptech, a real estate data firm based in the U.K., and Silicon Valley venture firm The Westly Group. They joined previous investors Navitas Capital and Fifth Wall, both Los Angeles-based firms, to bring total lifetime funding for Aquicore to $33 million, the company said.

The firm — which said its technology is being used on more than 1,000 commercial buildings nationwide and whose client roster includes the likes of Cushman & Wakefield Inc., JBG Smith Properties, Lincoln Property Co., MRP Realty and the World Bank — said it plans to use the new funding to build on its software platform and push into the European market. Aquicore hopes to break into that market as it faces…

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