Quicken looks at 2 spots for eventual...

Quicken looks at 2 spots for eventual new downtown building

There are 1 comment on the The Detroit News story from Jul 20, 2009, titled Quicken looks at 2 spots for eventual new downtown building. In it, The Detroit News reports that:

The sites where Quicken Loans Inc. may eventually build its downtown Detroit headquarters have been narrowed to a pair of Woodward Avenue locations: The place where the old J.L. Hudson's department store once stood or what's commonly referred to as the Monroe block, a Quicken official said Monday morning.

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Labelle, FL

#1 Jul 20, 2009
Every one in michigan needs a loan,nothing is cheap here,hopfully taxes will drop with the value of homes here.....

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