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Bedrock acquires the Detroit Media Partnership building and its adjacent parking, located at 615 West Lafayette Boulevard. The Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News are moving into the Federal Reserve Building at 160 W. Fort Street.
Steve Case, co-founder of AOL and chairman and CEO of Revolution, launches Rise of the Rest tour in Detroit, highlighting four Midwest cities as top locations for startup companies and entrepreneurship. The other three cities included were Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and…
The Blight Removal Task Force unveils its comprehensive plan to rid the city of Detroit of blight over the next several years. The plan can be downloaded at www.timetoendblight.com
Quicken Loans and its Family of Companies hires more than 1,000 paid summer interns to spend the summer living, working and playing in Detroit.
Quicken Loans and Bedrock break ground on the Quicken Loans Technology Center, a state-of-the-art 66,000-square-foot data center and office complex located at 1401 Rosa Parks Boulevard in Detroit’s vibrant Corktown district. The new facility will feature two 10,000-square-foot server rooms…
Bedrock announces the recruitment of Citizen Yoga, 7 Greens and NoJo Kicks as new tenants in ‘The Z’. The tenants will offer yoga, healthy gourmet eating and premium retail options on the Library Street side of the garage.
Celebrity Chef Guy Fieri announces the establishment of Guy Fieri’s Baltimore Kitchen and Bar, to open inside Horseshoe Casino Baltimore when the casino opens in Summer 2014.
Microsoft Ventures establishes a presence in downtown Detroit, leasing space in the M@dison Building while partnering with the M@dison Block to offer the neighborhood’s entrepreneurs with the tools and resources they need to be successful and build world-class companies.
Bedrock acquires three new properties in the Capitol Park area including 119 State Street, 45 W. Grand River and a vacant lot at 28 W. Grand River Avenue.