Two weeks ago, TechCrunch highlighted a new social networking startup called Neighborland. The firm — geared toward connecting people in blocks, boroughs, districts and cities and helping them bring their ideas to fruition — had landed seed funding from a cadre of early-stage investors.
Earlier this week, we got an idea of just how much Neighborhland raised. According to a filing made with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the firm brought in at least $1.1 million. Another interesting item? The company had a Boulder address.
Alas, the co-founders say the firm is headquartered in San Francisco. However, Neighborland does have an office in Boulder, one of only five cities where it has launched.