Dan Gilbert Pitches Detroit At TechCrunchDan Gilbert, the CEO of Rock Ventures, traveled to San Francisco to personally pitch opportunities in Detroit to those in Silicon Valley.
Rock Ventures Picks NYC, Detroit Architects To Begin Designs For Hudson's SiteOne of Detroit's most iconic blocks -- and a very visible symbol of its recent problems -- is about to get a redevelopment.
Gilbert's Rock Ventures Buys Two More Buildings DowntownIt looks like downtown Detroit's skyscrapers are still on sale.
Businesses Urged To 'Light Up Detroit' For ALCSDowntown Detroit businesses are being asked to turn on their lights for the Tigers game Tuesday night, in an effort to cast a positive glow on the city.
Grand Circus Joins Google Tech Hub NetworkGrand Circus, the new technology training network, has been added to the new Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hub Network.
Rock Ventures, Zagster Bring Bike Sharing To Downtown DetroitRock Ventures and Quicken Loans, major downtown Detroit employers, Wednesday announced a new partnership with the bike sharing provider Zagster.
Architects, Public Pick Wildly Differing Winners In Hudson's Site Design ContestRock Ventures LLC and Bedrock Real Estate Services Wednesday announced the winners of Opportunity Detroit’s international design competition which solicited ideas for a potential signature project on the former Hudson’s Department Store site in downtown Detroit.
Architectural Firm To Move HQ To Rock Ventures' Federal Reserve BuildingRock Ventures, along with Bedrock Real Estate Services, Wednesday announced that Rossetti, an international architectural planning and design firm, will move its headquarters to the historic Federal Reserve building located at Fort and Shelby Streets in downtown Detroit.
Second Video Released In Detroit X Games BidThe Detroit X Games Team has released a second video to support their bid to host the 2014-2016 X Games.
There’s No Place Like Detroit -- April 5, 2013
Rock Ventures, Detroit Planners Show Off New Retail Plan For Downtown DetroitRock Ventures, joined by the Downtown Detroit Partnership and Detroit Economic Growth Corp., Thursday shared a placemaking and retail plan for Detroit’s urban core with more than 400 business, community and civic leaders and key stakeholders.