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Dan Gilbert, one of the largest owners of real estate in Detroit, told local media that more office space is needed in downtown Detroit.

In a question-and-answer story with a local magazine, Gilbert said if the companies that are currently  in downtown and midtown Detroit grew by 3 percent, which is a conservative estimate, they would need an additional 10 million square feet of office space.

The discussion came one day before Gilbert announced that Under Armour of Baltimore would open a 17,000-square-foot store in one of Gilbert’s building.

We hope that his prediction would become true and the city Detroit would continue to be revived and on the way to recovery to success. Click here to read the interview ……

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