Goldman Sachs Private Capital led the series D round, which the company will use for product development and strategic hiring.
The deal is part of a 27-building sale in Seattle and Denver.
The online retailer will also sponsor women’s soccer team Seattle Reign.
The company is investing in middle- and low-income housing after extensive analysis.
The series B round will spur growth into new markets.
Valavanis, who joined the Storm in 2014, will also serve as chief executive of Force Management, the company that owns the club.
From interest-free loans to waiving fees, banks reach out to struggling customers.
Smartsheet, which raised $150M in an IPO last year, didn’t disclose terms of the deal.