The communal living space provider, which counts Lowe's Ventures and Comcast Catalyst Fund among its early investors, has raised series A capital from backers including Raiffeisen.

Starcity, a US-based community accommodation network backed by home improvement retail chain Lowe’s and mass media group Comcast, has secured $16.5m in series A funding, Fortune has reported. The cash was supplied by Invest AG, the venture capital arm of financial services firm Raiffeisen, as well as VC fund Bullpen Capital, accelerator Y Combinator and…

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