Baseball fans coming to Detroit for the World Series this weekend won’t have any problems finding things to do before and after the games.
Work is under way in Detroit to welcome visitors coming to town for baseball’s World Series.
The excitement surrounding the Tigers clinching a spot in the World Series has one Detroit resident working to give the city’s image a boost.
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.
Authorities say an underground cable problem is causing a power outage for several parts of downtown Detroit Thursday morning.
Sachse Construction is following its customer Rock Ventures to downtown Detroit. The company will move its headquarters from Birmingham into the Rock Ventures-owned Arts League Building at 1528 Woodward in Detroit.
Grand Rapids-based Mindscape at Hanon McKendry has announced the opening of a new office in the Paradise Valley area of downtown Detroit.
Downtown Detroit’s First National Building became home to another 500 professionals this week as Title Source began moving its 1,500 Michigan-based employees into the building.
Another venture of entrepreneur Dan Gilbert is moving to downtown Detroit.
AT&T customers visiting Belle Isle and those who live or work in downtown Detroit are expected to experience improved mobile Internet coverage and voice performance as a result of continued investment and innovation by AT&T.