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  • Insights on the Transformation of Detroit

    For many American cities, the end of 2007 marked the bitter start of what now experts call “The Great Recession”: the collapse of large financial institutions that shattered the economy, freezing investor activity and causing downturns in stock markets. It was a matter of time until all business sectors fell just like dominoes, leading to the loss of millions of jobs throughout the country, cutbacks in consumer spending and the inevitable crash of the housing market.

    National 04 November 2014 17:26
  • Quicken Loans Starts Construction on 66,000 Sq. Ft. Technology/Data Center Outside Detroit’s CBD

    The site of a former industrial building sitting at the corner of Rosa parks Boulevard and porter Street in the Corktown neighborhood of Detroit is being redeveloped into a new technology center by online mortgage lender Quicken Loans Inc. and its affiliate Bedrock Real Estate Services LLC.

    Detroit 22 May 2014 13:52
  • Detroit’s Quicken Loans Is the No. 1 Place to Work in IT

    Computerworld, an online publication that provides technology news and information for information technology leaders, has recently revealed its annual “100 Best Places to Work in IT” list, a comprehensive report that recognizes a company’s core culture such as employee benefits, diversity, career development, training options and retention efforts.

    Detroit 20 June 2013 16:06
  • Quicken Loans Affiliate to Acquire Greektown Casino-Hotel

    After having invested almost $1 billion in 15 prominent office buildings totaling almost 2.6 million square feet of space on downtown Woodward Avenue corridor in the last few years, Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert is now placing his bets on the Greektown Casino-Hotel located within the area.

    Detroit 25 January 2013 05:53
  • Five Downtown Detroit Buildings Add to Dan Gilbert’s Real Estate Portfolio

    Two weeks after completing the purchase of One Woodward Building – a 26-story Class A office tower at the corner of Woodward and Jefferson avenues in downtown Detroit – Dan Gilbert’s Rock Ventures announced five additional acquisitions that were brokered by the company’s real estate arm, Bedrock Real Estate Services.

    Detroit 02 January 2013 16:31

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