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Series H | Alive

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$110M | 10 mos ago



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About Via

Via develops public mobility applications. The company offers a platform for commuters to book and share a ride. It primarily serves cities, transit agencies, transport operators, school districts, universities, and corporations. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York, New York.

Headquarters Location

160 Varick Street

New York, New York, 10013,

United States




Research containing Via

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Via in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Aug 25, 2021.

Expert Collections containing Via

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Via is included in 5 Expert Collections, including Unicorns- Billion Dollar Startups.


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Via Patents

Via has filed 29 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • car sharing
  • serial buses
  • sustainable transport
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Electronics manufacturing, Chip carriers, Integrated circuits, Usability, Computer connectors


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Latest Via News

Brownfield Grant Will Help Get Walker’s Point Apartments Started

Nov 16, 2023

Brownfield Grant Will Help Get Walker’s Point Apartments Started New Land moving forward with Via on 5th Street. By Jeramey Jannene - Nov 16th, 2023 05:08 pm //end headline wrapper ?> New Land’s proposal for 1000-1010 S. 5th St. New Land Enterprises is moving towards an early 2024 groundbreaking for its proposed six-story Via apartment building at S. 5th Street and W. Mineral Street in Walker’s Point. The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) will provide the company with a $150,000 grant to support an environmental assessment of the site, long used for industrial purposes. The City of Milwaukee, as required by the state program, is serving as the applicant and a pass-through entity. “There are a number of different sources of potential contamination that have been identified at the site,” said RACM senior environmental project coordinator Mat Reimer . In additional to industrial uses, a portion of the site was used as a filling station. New Land would be required to provide a 20% match to access the grant, and would need to cover the cost of any environmental cleanup. The company intends to deconstruct the primary structure at the site, 1000-1010 S. 5th St. , and demolish a small wood-framed garage, 417 W. Mineral St. Get a daily rundown of the Milwaukee stories The main building was last used by American Metalcast Technologies. The oldest portion of the complex, a two-story Italianate structure, was built in 1872, according to a  Wisconsin Historical Society report. In January, an affiliate of the company purchased the development site for $425,000. Deconstruction will seek to recycle or reuse as many of the elements of the structure as possible. The proposed 87-unit building is effectively a clone of two that New Land recently built nearby and is a reflection of the developer’s success leasing the properties. The first building,  Quartet , was completed in 2020 and fully leased within a couple of months. The second building,  Element , was fully leased as soon as it opened in spring 2022. New Land secured a zoning variance for its latest project in October 2022 and is now moving to complete the financing package. “We have been working through a number of financial implications with this grant and potentially others,” said Joey Wisniewski , senior development coordinator with New Land. Deconstruction would need to be completed before construction could start. “From ground up we would love to see this start in the middle of quarter one next year.” RACM board chair Frances Hardrick said photos of the site showed “a nice utility pole in a place that’s probably not ideal.” “That’s another hefty financial lift, but we are working through that right now,” said Wisniewski. The building would include 102 parking spaces. Another Similar Development Also In The Works New Land isn’t working to develop just Via in Walker’s Point. The company is also working to develop a 65-unit apartment building at the southeast corner of S. 4th Street and W. Florida Street, a site that currently includes a parking lot and two houses. The new complex, which would be New Land’s fifth in the neighborhood, would rise six stories and include a mix of market-rate, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments. It follows a design pattern with which the firm has found substantial success leasing units. Starting with Quartet, the firm has worked with Korb + Associates Architects and Catalyst Construction on developing the Walker’s Point buildings. It sold Quartet in 2021 for $11.95 million to California-based Hilbert Properties . The company is also pursuing a 25-story tower on N. Farwell Avenue on the East Side. Zoning approval was recently granted for a revised design. Construction of Nova , a nine-story, 251-unit building , is nearly complete. The city has previously supported the environmental assessment grant program for a new Milwaukee Public Museum, the Martin Luther King Jr. Library redevelopment and the 27th and Wisconsin development site. The $150,000 grant is the largest supported by the program. Photos May 2022 Photos of Element If you think stories like this are important, become a member of Urban Milwaukee and help support real, independent journalism. Plus you get some cool added benefits . Leave a Reply You must be an Urban Milwaukee member to leave a comment. Membership, which includes a host of perks, including an ad-free website, tickets to marquee events like Summerfest, the Wisconsin State Fair and the Florentine Opera, a better photo browser and access to members-only, behind-the-scenes tours, starts at $9/month . Learn more .

Via Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Via founded?

    Via was founded in 2012.

  • Where is Via's headquarters?

    Via's headquarters is located at 160 Varick Street, New York.

  • What is Via's latest funding round?

    Via's latest funding round is Series H.

  • How much did Via raise?

    Via raised a total of $807.06M.

  • Who are the investors of Via?

    Investors of Via include 83North, Pitango Venture Capital, RiverPark Ventures, Exor, ION Crossover Partners and 24 more.

  • Who are Via's competitors?

    Competitors of Via include SWAT Mobility and 5 more.


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