Dan Gilbert & Quicken Loans Inc
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. /5
Detroit based Quicken Loans Inc., previously Rock Financial Corp., was founded by Dan Gilbert in 1985. Initially a branch-based lender, the company launched Rockloans.com in January 1999, which quickly positioned the company as one of the fastest growing online direct mortgage lenders on the Interne...
Quicken Loans Inc. founder and chairman Dan Gilbert is pledging $1.5 million to bring dozens of college graduates from around the country to work in downtown Detroit and Cleveland over the next five years.
Ilitch real estate expert jumps to Gilbert's development team By Louis Aguilar The Detroit News Comments The real estate developer who helped shape plans for the Ilitch organization's proposed new Red Wings arena has become managing partner for the real estate arm of Quicken Loans Inc. CEO Dan Gilbert, one of the most influential and aggressive investors in downtown Detroit. Eric Larson was named a co-managing partner of Bedrock Real Estate, according to a statement released Monday by the company. The firm oversees more than 3.5 million square feet of commercial space in downtown Detroit and other major cities across the country. Acting as real estate arm for Gilbert's Detroit property investments, Bedrock has acquired 15 downtown buildings. Another... ~BusyBoi
Quicken Loans Inc. founder Dan Gilbert's downtown real estate portfolio has expanded another 333,000 square feet with the purchase of downtown's One Woodward Building.Rock Ventures LLC, announced the purchase of the building, confirming previous rumors that the former home of the Michigan
The single most effective way to move the needle in Detroit? Hire more interns, Dan Gilbert told the West Michigan Policy Forum this morning. Gilbert told about 600 businesspeople from around the state that Quicken Loans Inc. had 8,700 applications from 157 colleges and universities for 600
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
The downtown real estate empire of Quicken Loans Inc. founder Dan Gilbert may be growing. Brokers around town are saying that Gilbert's Bedrock Management has One Woodward Ave. under contract to be sold. Quicken wouldn't confirm the story — Paula Silver, Quicken's vice president for
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.
Dan Gilbert's family of Detroit companies continues to grow with no signs of slowing down: Quicken Loans Inc. ch...
Hundreds of retailers and other small firms have inquired about setting up shop in downtown Detroit buildings owned by Quicken Loans Inc. founder Dan Gilbert and his partners, a Quicken Loans-affiliated executive said Tuesday.
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