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  • Fifth Third Bank Moves into One Woodward, Pledges $85 Million Toward Detroit’s Revitalization Efforts

    A Fortune 500 company and one of Michigan’s largest financial institutions announced plans to join the growing wave of businesses that populate the urban core of Detroit. Fifth Third Bank will relocate its regional eastern operations from its current headquarters in Southfield, MI, into Dan Gilbert’s One Woodward building.

    Detroit 06 November 2014 16:14
  • Fifth Third Bank Signs 62 KSF Lease in Downtown Detroit

    Downtown Detroit’s office market gets a big shot in the arm with Fifth Third Bank Eastern Michigan’s commitment to relocating its headquarters from the ‘burbs' to 62,000 square feet of space at the landmark One Woodward Ave. office building.

    Northeast 29 October 2014 15:31
  • TDI Starts 332-Unit Luxury M-F Project at One Scottsdale

    Irving-Texas – based TDI Real Estate Holdings LLC, a leader in the development of Class A multi-family housing, has broken ground on Jefferson on Legacy, a 322-unit luxury apartment community within the One Scottsdale mixed-use development.

    Phoenix 20 January 2014 17:19
  • Downtown Cincinnati’s dunnhumby Centre Reaches Key Milestone in Construction

    and the Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC) broke ground on the dunnhumby Centre project in downtown Cincinnati. After almost ten months of work, the project reached an important milestone in its construction, as it received its first concrete pour at street level on November 14. Also, at the start of the month, the Cincinnati Urban Design Review Board approved the design for the new building.

    Cincinnati 26 November 2013 14:32
  • Cincinnati-Area College Developments Receive Funding, Expected to Boost Local Economy

    This July, Xavier University, together with Messer Construction Co. and Ackermann Group, broke ground on a long-delayed apartment and retail development at Montgomery Road and Cleneay Avenue, adjacent to the university’s campus. With a $53 million first phase, the University Square project recently received some help from the Finance Fund. It was awarded $8 million in federal New Markets Tax Credits.

    Cincinnati 18 November 2013 22:00