Bedrock Real Estate website temporarily offline Friday

Louis Aguilar
The Detroit News

Detroit —The website for Bedrock Real Estate Service was out of service for part of Friday as a result of “human error” by a third party vendor, said a Bedrock spokeswoman.

“We renewed (the domain name) in July 2014,” said Bedrock spokeswoman Robin Schwartz, through the vendor Network Solutions, adding the situation was not the result of any technical misstep by Bedrock staff. Nor was it the result of any attempted hack, Schwartz said. The website was back online by late Friday afternoon. is the main portal to find information about Bedrocks’s 70 properties, including many historic downtown buildings, totaling more than 10 million square feet.

The website also provides information about development, construction, leasing, and property management services. The Detroit company was founded in 2010 and one of the companies affiliated with Dan Gilbert, founder of Quicken Loans Inc.

The website for Quicken Loans, the nation’s largest online mortgage lender, was not affected.

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