CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Quicken Loans will double its footprint in Downtown Cleveland, moving to the Higbee Building. The second largest retail lender declared a long-term lease to occupy 81,000 square feet of Cleveland's historic Higbee Building.
The company will relocate more than 400 team members from the M.K Ferguson building to the fourth and fifth floors of the Higbee Building in late June. The area is undergoing a $7 million renovation with the help of local contractors.
The renovation is hiring many local contractors. The construction of Quicken Loans' space will consist of many structural elements original to the building.
"Our move to the Higbee Building will be big boosts to both of these objectives, allowing more room for our team to grow while contributing to the transformation of downtown Cleveland," said Jeff Perry, Vice President and Site Leader for Quicken Loans' Cleveland office.
The Higbee Building, owned by associates of Jack Entertainment LLC is home to Jack Casino Cleveland and Key Bank.
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