Making a commitment to the city of Cleveland and its amazing sports fans, Dan Gilbert purchased the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2005 and promised to keep the team “right where it belongs, in downtown Cleveland.” And just seven years later, Gilbert thought he’d kick the city’s spirit of winning up a notch. With the addition of Horseshoe Casino Cleveland to our ever-growing Family of Companies, the downtown area is truly blossoming into a cultural hotspot.
Quicken Loans shares the same strong values and work ethic as the people of northeast Ohio. Our team members enjoy working at our company because we’ve created a culture in which people are encouraged to take initiative and rewarded for their accomplishments.” – Dan Gilbert, Founder and Chairman of Quicken Loans.
Capitalizing on the limitless potential for synergy between Quicken Loans, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Quicken Loans Arena, we packed up the moving truck in 2006, and Quicken Loans opened our first out-of-state Web Center with 25 team members.
Today, nearly 300 team members occupy 45,000 square feet of space in the MK-Ferguson Building, a former U.S. Post Office. Designed to encourage creativity, our culture is reflected in the bright colors and latest technology tools implemented throughout. Mere steps from Quicken Loans Arena, the Hard Rock Café, and Progressive Field, Quicken Loans is proud to be a part of a dynamic, vibrant city core.
Did you know?
- The first hot dog was invented in Cleveland in 1900.
- Ohio is the birthplace of seven U.S. presidents.
- Cleveland is home to America’s first traffic light.
What’s cool here?
- Enjoy a Cav’s game or concert at our own Quicken Loans Arena.
- Hit the tables for a winning hand and become mesmerized by the sounds of the slots at Horseshoe Casino Cleveland.
- The mecca for rock and roll fanatics, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is located right in the heart of Cleveland.
- Sports fans can check out a Browns game at the Cleveland Browns Stadium, a Cavaliers or Lake Erie Monsters game at the Quicken Loans Arena, an Indians game at Progressive Field, and a Stars game at Middlefield Cheese Stadium.
- Home to over 3,000 animals, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo makes for a wonderful family outing. Also worth checking out is the Greater Cleveland Aquarium, which just opened up in January 2012.
- Enjoy a meal at any of the area’s fantastic restaurants, such as Great Lakes Brewing Company in Ohio City, or Melt Bar and Grilled in Lakewood.
- Cedar Point, the second oldest amusement park in the country, is about an hour and a half from downtown Cleveland. Boasting the largest number of roller coasters in the world, this is a must for all thrill-seekers.