DETROIT -

Detroit's revitalized Campus Martius Park and Cadillac Square now offer free public WI-FI.

The network is called "Opportunity Detroit," which is sponsored by Bedrock Real Estate Services and Metro Detroit-based 123.Net. Visitors can now log on from their laptop, smart phone or tablet in the park and surf the web. Visitors will also have access to this network in the lobbies of Rock Ventures’ adjacent buildings -- the First National Building, Chase Tower and the 1001 Woodward Building.

Quicken Loans said, "This is an effort to activate the streets and bring people to downtown Detroit to live, work, and play."

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