Secure Parking for the "Micromobility" Movement

Company Information




Transportation Services


Brooklyn, NY

Oonee is a transportation company targeting the growing “micromobility” market.

This venture-backed startup has created “smart,” modular parking pods, designed to enable riders in urban areas to safely store their bikes and scooters.

Oonee has made significant early progress:

• Its investors include Urban Us, a venture capital firm investing in environmentally-conscious startups, and Ryan Rzepecki, Founder of JUMP Bikes (acquired by Uber in 2018 for $200 million).

• The company has partnerships with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (its initial target market) and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

• And it’s been featured in The New York Times, Bloomberg, and Time Magazine.

Team Background

Shabazz Stuart - Co-Founder & CEO

Prior to starting Oonee, Shabazz was Deputy Director of Operations with the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership. This non-profit organization seeks to develop Brooklyn, New York with businesses and residences.

Before that, he spent time as a project manager with the NYC Department of Education, focusing on recruitment and planning. Earlier in his career, he was an assistant with NYC & Company, a travel and tourism company.

Shabazz earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Tufts University.

Manuel Mansylla - Co-Founder & Head of Product

Manuel is the visionary behind Oonee’s modular storage pods.

In addition to his role with the company, he is Principal with TOTEM, a Brooklyn-based company focused on real estate development and design. He’s also Founder of FANTASTICA, a company specializing in designing public spaces in local communities.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Universidad Francisco Marroquin and a degree in Urban Design from Columbia University.


$92.607K (15%)
Current Valuation
$26 million Cap / 11% Discount
Min. Investment
Deal Type
Title III
(For all investors)
Offering Type
Finance History
  • $160K
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