Just ten years ago, much of Downtown Detroit was littered with abandoned buildings. Now, it's home to a thriving network of new businesses and housing. Bedrock is a real estate development company that has been at the heart of Downtown Detroit's business boom. The company bought a number of those abandoned buildings, and turned them into millions of usable square feet for businesses and residents. Dan Mullen, President at Bedrock, explains why the company saw opportunity in Detroit. He says that attracting new businesses is vital to Detroit's revitalization. One of the businesses that set up shop in these newly developed buildings is finishing salon Detroit Blows. Katy Cockrel, the owner of Detroit Blows, says that she saw a need for services in the downtown area. Cockrel and her co-founder are both native Detroiters, and she says they are excited to see where Detroit goes from here.