- Associated Press - Thursday, April 14, 2016

DETROIT (AP) - Financial services company Ally Financial is opening new offices in downtown Detroit that will be occupied by more than 1,500 employees and contractors.

The space in Ally Detroit Center spans 13 floors of the building and the company says Thursday it unites Ally’s southeast Michigan-based employees. About 350 Ally employees are moving into the building this month and most of the rest will be there by November.

Each floor was designed in the style of a distinct Detroit neighborhood, with furniture, fixtures and art installations that reflect the style of each area of the city. The floors include Foxtown, Rivertown, Greektown, Lafayette Park, Corktown, Indian Village and New Center.

Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert’s Bedrock Real Estate Services owns the building.

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