Rock Ventures acquires the 23-story 1001 Woodward office tower, located in the heart of Detroit’s emerging tech district. The building was built in 1965 for the First Federal Savings and Loan of Detroit and features 299,500 square feet of prime…
Rock Ventures, the Downtown Detroit Partnership (DDP), and the Detroit Economic Growth Corp. (DEGC) announce an extraordinary placemaking plan for Detroit’s urban core.
Rock Ventures acquires the historic 12-story Albert Kahn-designed Vinton Building. Built in 1917, the 54,600 square foot building was added to the Michigan Register of Historic Places in 1982 and the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
Rock Ventures signs master lease agreements with the Schostak Brothers and Farbman Group to manage more than 60,000 square feet of first floor retail along the Woodward Corridor in downtown Detroit. The properties include 12 storefronts along the 1200 and…
Moosejaw, the Michigan-based outdoor outfitter, announces it will sign a multi-year lease for its retail space located at 1275 Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit.
Rock Ventures/Quicken Loans joins with Penske, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Platinum Equity, Shinola and the Kresge Foundation to announce an $8 million pledge to replace 100 police cruisers and 23 EMS units in the city of Detroit.
San Francisco-based Uber, a company that provides on-demand luxury car service through a smart phone app, opens its office in downtown Detroit’s M@dison Building.