Rock Ventures, the umbrella entity formed to provide operational coordination, guidance, and integration of Dan Gilbert’s portfolio of companies, investments and real estate, announced that two more companies will open an office this month in the Rock Ventures-owned Chrysler House.
From its “Awesomeness of the Day” feature to the collection and curation of some of the Web’s funniest and most startling content, Cup of Zup LLC, a uniquely amusing pop-culture enewsletter and Web site, is the latest start-up to join the fast-growing corridor of companies located in downtown Detroit’s entrepreneurial tech hub.
Rock Ventures, the umbrella for Detroit businessman Dan Gilbert’s portfolio of companies, announced Monday that two more companies will open an office in downtown Detroit’s 23-story Chrysler House, formerly the Dime Building, located at 719 Griswold.
The Detroit holding company Rock Ventures announced Tuesday that Troy-based GSI, a company specializing in security, network and system integration, has opened an office in Downtown Detroit’s Dime Building, a 23-story skyscraper located at 719 Griswold.
The microblogging site Twitter is opening an advertising office in downtown Detroit’s M@dison Building
The 1917-vintage Madison Theatre Building — now rechristened The M@dison by its new owner, Dan Gilbert and his Rock Ventures LLC — has been given a spectacular $12 million makeover.
Gilbert’s real estate investment group, called Rock Ventures, has now bought seven buildings in downtown Detroit along with three parking structures and one parking lot.