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Ilitch real estate executive plucked by Dan Gilbert’s firm in Detroit


Eric Larson, a top executive with the Ilitch family’s Olympia Development of Michigan real estate firm, has left that company to become co-managing partner of Dan Gilbert’s Bedrock Real Estate Services.


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Larson has more than 25 years of experience in real estate development, and has developed, financed, owned and managed more than $3.5 billion in real estate in Detroit, according to a release from Quicken LoansMajor developments he was involved in include General Motors’ purchase and development of the Renaissance Center and Millender Center, and the development of One Detroit Center and the Taubman Center for Creative Studies “Eric brings a vast amount of experience, expertise and a strong presence in our communityHe will be a great and welcome asset,” Ketai said in the release. Bedrock oversees more than 3.5 million square feet of commercial space in downtown Detroit and elsewhere. Eric Larson   In addition to his real estate development activity, Larson serves as chairman of The Urban Land Institute’s Robert CLarson Leadership Initiative, The Detroit Parade Company Board of Directors and Urban Land Institute (ULI) Michigan Governance Committee. “I am excited to join my new partner, Jim Ketai, the Bedrock team and Rock Ventures family,” Larson said in a release“This comes at a unique time, given my continued interest in supporting Detroit, its revitalization and Bedrock’s focus of bringing a positive impact to the City.” Gilbert added, “Jim and Eric are two of the city’s most talented commercial real estate professionalsTogether they will help drive the vision we all are working toward in downtown Detroit.” View/Post Comments Related Stories if (pb_page_template == undefined) { var pb_page_template = 'article'; } if (pb_page_template != "index") { document.write('); } More Michigan Business Michigan Automotive News and Reviews Michigan business press releases Search for jobs in Michigan Most Read var most_read_day_range = parseInt(2); var most_read_story_count = parseInt(6) var most_read_add_query = "posts"; Active Discussions if (pb_page_template == "index") { document.write('); } else { document.write('); } Best of MLive.com Lawsuit: UP wind turbines kill protected species Missing 86-year-old lottery winner found fatally ... 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