First National Building
More than $180,000 has been raised for local charities through a unique fundraiser where individuals paid at least $1,000 to repel down a Detroit skyscraper.
Charities Raise Funds By Rappelling Down A Detroit Skyscraper; WWJ Reporter Gives 1st Person Perspective [Video]
Bedrock Real Estate Services and Quicken Loans partnered with Over the Edge to raise funds for two Detroit-area charities by giving those who donate at least $1,000 a chance to rappel down a Detroit skyscraper.
Thrill seekers can rappel down the side of First National Building in Detroit this spring for charity.
BlueWater Technologies Inc., a Southfield-based provider of custom audio visual integration and event technology, said it had joined the tech parade to downtown Detroit by opening an office in the Campus Martius area.
Now there’s another reason to hang out in Campus Martius Park and Cadillac Square in downtown Detroit — free wireless Internet access.
The title insurance and property valuation firm tied to Dan Gilbert’s Quicken Loans is moving another 550 staffers to the Campus Martius area of downtown Detroit.
New York City’s Roasting Plant, a coffeehouse known for its innovative in-store roasting technology and wide selection of coffees brewed by the cup, announced it will open the doors of its first downtown Detroit store on Thursday, Jan. 31.
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.
Monday marked the first wave in a series of moves that will bring 2,500 more professionals to Detroit by early 2012. Some 1,500 Quicken Loans employees took over their new offices at the renovated Chase Tower Building