Detroit real estate mogul Dan Gilbert has bought up five more buildings in downtown Detroit.
Rock Ventures today announced the purchase of five additional properties, wrapping up a year in which it acquired eight buildings totaling 630,000 square feet of commercial space.
Metro-West Appraisal, the nation’s largest independent residential real estate appraisal company, Tuesday announced it is moving its national headquarters into downtown Detroit’s growing Central Business District.
Rock Ventures Monday added another 333,000 square feet of class-A downtown Detroit office space to its growing real estate portfolio. The company completed the purchase of the 26-story One Woodward building, located on the corner of Jefferson and Woodward avenues.
A Detroit building designed by World Trade Center architect Minoru Yamasaki has a new owner.
Quicken Loans unveiled its float at Campus Martius Monday in advance of its debut in America’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Another of Dan Gilbert’s many business ventures is moving to Downtown Detroit. Rock Connections LLC, a marketing company launched in May, will bring 115 employees into the Chase Tower building, a 14-story high rise located at 611 Woodward Ave.
This week on Michigan Matters, Host Carol Cain travels to Grand Rapids for the West Michigan Policy Conference and talked to four business and government leaders in the state about issues impacting our state and the importance of cities.
Want to lure more young talent to the Motor City and places like Grand Rapids and Lansing? Bring them in as interns and you create an environment where they are more willing to consider staying.
Stik.com, a Web site that uses Facebook to bring the business referral process online, announced it is moving from San Francisco to downtown Detroit’s growing technology district to grow its business.