Dan Gilbert & Campus Martius

Daniel Dan Gilbert (born January 17, 1962) is the chairman and founder of Quicken Loans Inc., the majority owner of the National Basketball Association's Cleveland Cavaliers, the American Hockey League's Lake Erie Monsters, the Arena Football League's Cleveland Gladiators and the NBA Development League's Canton Charge. The Campus Martius (Latin for the Field of Mars , Italian Campo Marzio), was a publicly owned area of ancient Rome about in extent. 3.7/5

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Dan Gilbert is starting off his morning with a TV appearance in Campus Martius for MSNBC.
Plans are still in the early phase. But Rock Gaming Chairman Dan Gilbert said he plans to make significant investment in the Greektown Casino-Hotel and the enhancement and growth of the entertainment district. "We see this unique area extending to Campus Martius and along Woodward Avenue, building on the positive momentum already occurring in the heart of Downtown Detroit," Dan Gilbert-owned company to acquire controlling interest in Detroit's Greektown Casino www.freep.com Dan Gilbert’s Rock Gaming announced a pending deal to take controlling interest in the company that owns Detroit’s Greektown Casino and hotel in Downtown. The
I was just standing on the corner of Campus Martius park and Woodward next to Dan Gilbert!!! How cool is that!
The New York based coffee-by-the-cup, in-house roaster,The Roasting Plant, is bringing its classic Big Apple style and shop to the Dan Gilbert-owned First National Building across from Campus Martius. The bright blue signage proudly adorning a large expanse of windows along Cadillac Sq. promises a ...
Dan Gilbert Becomes 2nd-largest Private Owner of Downtown Real estate, Behind General Motors DETROIT – Dan Gilbert and his real estate empire is growing fast and the nation is taking notice. The Cleveland Cavaliers owner and the founder of Quicken Loans Inc. is the second-largest private owner of downtown real estate, behind General Motors. Recent Gilbert acquisitions include: the First National Building, the Madison Theatre at 1555 Broadway Ave., the Chase Tower on Woodward Avenue south of Campus Martius, and the Dime Building, renamed Chrysler House. Prior to the reported One Woodward deal, Gilbert owned 1.7 million* square feet of Office Space in Downtown Detroit and roughly 3,500 parking spaces. Controlling downtown parking has been a key element of Gilbert’s downtown real estate acquisition plan. He owns most of the parking that serves the Woodward office corridor. Dan Gilbert is expanding his growing real estate, sports and casino empire eastward — to Baltimore. Source: crainsdetroit
Detroit - Troy-based Title Source will move 1,500 workers to the First National Building at Campus Martius, the latest suburban company to relocate downtown with the help of Quicken Loans Inc.'s founder Dan Gilbert.
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