Ronald Glass

  • $5 Million Makeover Project for Riverfront Towers

    Almost two years passed since the owners of a large residential community in Detroit were sued by the Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) for an alleged $70 million loan debt. Back then, in October 2011, Ronald Glass of GlassRatner Management and Realty Advisors LLC was appointed as receiver to find a buyer for the Riverfront Towers, a multifamily complex located at 100 Riverfront Avenue in downtown Detroit.

    Detroit 18 July 2013 14:12

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