Seattle big data startup SpaceCurve has moved to a larger office in Pioneer Square, tripling the amount of space it previously had.
The expansion follows a $3.5 million funding round from Reed Elsevier Ventures, Divergent Ventures and Triage Ventures in August. At the time of that deal, SpaceCurve employed 12 people.
The company, led by tech veteran John Slitz, said it plans to double in size this quarter. It relocated from Silicon Valley to Seattle about two years ago.
SpaceCurve is developing technologies that analyze massive data feeds, putting that data in context of one’s location. Examples of how the technology could be used include analysis of weather systems, the Tweet stream or moving vehicles.
The new offices are located at 710 Second Avenue.