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Suburban firms to move in downtown

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More good news for downtown

Suburban firms to move in downtown

Compuware, Ilitch welcome neighbors to Campus Martius

September 12, 2007

BY TOM WALSH

FREE PRESS COLUMNIST

In a boost for downtown Detroit, two growing suburb-based companies are planning to move their headquarters and more than 100 employees each into the new 10-story One Kennedy Square office building at Campus Martius.

Marketing Associates LLC of Bloomfield Township, whose majority owner is Edsel Ford II, and Health Plan of Michigan, the state's third-largest Medicaid HMO, each will occupy two floors of the lime green tinted-glass building. By the end of this year when the moves are expected to be complete, the building's office space will be fully leased.

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YAY!!!!! Finally we have some of that office space getting filled up!!I hate seeing those signs that say for lease that sit there for months. I mean come on people it's Downtown Office space and it's not that expensive.My dads business is downtown=)

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I must say I am surprised. While it's still a game of musical offices, at least it's less embarrassing to see that some new construction, prime, A-grade office space won't continue to sit empty in the middle of downtown Detroit.

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Maybe now they will put a floor in the ground level of the building!!

I know why a floor was not put in there yet, but if I was a prospective tenant, that would be a major turnoff to me. I would not want clients coming into a building that looks incomplete.

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