Dan Gilbert & Downtown Detroit
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. Downtown Detroit is the central business district and a residential area of Detroit, Michigan, United States. /5
Dan Gilbert has 100s of surveillance cameras in downtown Detroit, but his Franklin house is blocked on Google maps.
LOOK: Dan Gilbert lays out vision for Downtown DetroitLOOK: Dan Gilbert lays out vision for Downtown Detroit (via blog.thedetroithub.com) The City Theater in Downtown Detroit was packed to the rafters with the crowd listening to every word of the presentation by the Downtown Detroit Partnership, Dan...
The buyer of the Griswold Building is a secret no more: It's the real estate firm Broder & Sachse of Birmingham, which is tight with Dan Gilbert. Seniors will be given a year to move out before it is redeveloped into market-rate apartments, John Gallagher of the Detroit Free Press reports. "In a statement issued by a public relations firm, the partnership said current residents of the senior center were given a one-year’s notice on March 29 that their current U.S. Housing & Urban Development Section 8 rent assistance vouchers for living there would expire in one year, on March 31, 2014." More:
Quicken Loans CEO Dan Gilbert is the man. Bringing in more businesses to Downtown Detroit :-)
Another Southfield architecture firm may go to a Dan Gilbert bldg in downtown Spot: old fed reserve bldg.
Dan Gilbert et al revealing retail ‘master plan’ for downtown Detroit this week
Dan Gilbert buys 17th property in downtown Detroit: Asks if anyone wants to trade for Water Works and 2 railroads:
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
In the Spring of 2011, Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert said plans for an internships in Downtown Detroit were quickly thrown together for that summer. The company ended up with 240 interns, in a loosely organized effort. Then, in 2012, the company gave it another shot. “We received over 8,700 unsolicited applications for internships in Detroit, which is just shocking to us,” Gilbert said. These were not just students from Wayne State or Michigan State, Gilbert said, they came from 157 universities throughout the country. The company tried to put in place a process that could squeeze as many of the interested students in as possible. It ended up taking in 600 interns. It later hired about a quarter of those students to full time jobs.
Northville-based real estate appraisal firm Metro-West Appraisal Co. LLC announced Tuesday that it is moving its headquarters to the Dan Gilbert-owned Chrysler House in downtown Detroit.
Detroit billionaire and Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert added another valuable piece of Detroit's downtown skyline to his real estate portfolio on Monday. According to a release sent by Rock Ventures, which manages GIlbert's varied investments and business holdings, Gilbert has completed the purch...
Dan Gilbert's Rock Ventures continues to invest in Downtown Detroit.
Dan Gilbert is probably the best thing to happen to Downtown Detroit in a Long time
Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert announcing that he’s going to construct a new building downtown with 33,000 square feet of retail space was as big a deal for me as when Detroit got its first and only movie theater in years (the Phoenix Bel Air Theaters that opened in 2001).
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 ...
""brain team" quckly got engaged in downtown w move to Dan Gilbert to meet.
Sachse Construction will move its headquarters into the Arts League Building at 1528 Woodward in Detroit. The building is owned by Rock Ventures, the umbrella entity owned by Quicken Loans founder and chair Dan Gilbert and his partners.
Downtown Detroit is jumping now. When I go out at lunchtime or even at the end of the day, there are people everywhere! Dan Gilbert is my hero. He's moved 6500 employees into town. Awesome! Kudos to Dan!
More good things in Downtown Detroit. The owners of the long-vacant David Whitney Building have just announced they are going to construct several hundred apartments beginning soon. They are following the lead of the Broderick Towers, right across Woodward, which is just finishing its renovation – – – and is 97% pre-rented! Meanwhile, Dan Gilbert just announced that he is moving 1500 employees in his title insurance business to downtown. Detroit still has a long way to go, admittedly, but we're headed in the right direction!
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