Anyplace, a short-term rental company specializing in remote, work-friendly accommodations, announced Wednesday a $10.27 million Series B funding round that includes $8.27 million in equity and a strategic $2 million in debt secured from Silicon Valley Bank.
The Launch fund, founded by Jason Calacanis, spearheaded the funding round. Other investors included CapitalX, Gaingels, Riverside Ventures, Potluck Ventures, MSIVC, FreakOut Shinsei Fund, Delight Ventures and other individual backers.
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“Anyplace is the premier provider of specialized, remote-friendly accommodations for today’s digital nomad,” said Launch president Michael Savino, who will be joining the Anyplace board. “Their vision is aligned with the future of work, and we are excited to support their next growth chapter.”
The latest round brings the total funding to $18 million for Anyplace, a PhocusWire Hot 25 Startup for 2021. The company secured $5.3 million in a Series A round in January 2022. It now offers apartment rentals in San Francisco, New York City, Los Angeles and San Diego.
“Since our inception, our goal has been to offer individuals the freedom to travel with confidence without compromising productivity,” CEO and founder Steve Satoru Naito said. “This funding is not just a testament to our past achievements but a beacon for our future. With the unwavering support of our investors, partners and the Anyplace community, we are excited to continue to pioneer remote work-friendly accommodations in the post-pandemic world.”
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