► Missoni Baia condominium developer Vladislav Doronin has bought a site next door in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood for $54 million.
► PortMiami’s Terminal F, which is being used by MSC Cruises, is undergoing a $37.5 million expansion and renovation.
► Brazilian luxury retailer Bossa Concept Store has opened at 1201 20th St., Miami Beach
► Developer Tony Cho and investor Bob Zangrillo are planning Magic City, a 15-acre development near Northeast Second Avenue and 62nd Street in Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood, with a potential value of $1 billlion.
► The Central Fare dining and retail experience at Brightline’s MiamiCentral station announced two more tenants—Parliament Espresso Bar and Della Bowls by Wynwood Yard’s Della Heiman.
► The developers of Miami’s 62-story One Thousand Museum Tower, 1000 Biscayne Blvd., say they have closed on a $225 million construction loan from an undisclosed lender.
► The Rubell Family Collection is moving to a new 100,000-square-foot museum at 1100 NW 23rd St. in Miami’s Allapattah neighborhood.
► Developer Moishe Mana is donating $2.5 million and 15,000 square feet of space for Florida International University’s communications, arts and architectural programs at Mana Wynwood, a 30-acre mixed-use development.
► Spanish billionaire Amancio Ortego is buying Miami’s 55-story Southeast Financial Center, 200 S. Biscayne Blvd., for $500 million.
► Carnival Corp.’s Princess Cruise Line is paying a $40 million fine for illegally dumping oily water.
► The Miami office of global architecture and design firm Perkins & Will is celebrating its 20-year anniversary.
► Texas-based Mill Creek Residential is planning Modera Edgewater 25, a 297-unit apartment project at 455 N.E. 24th St., in Miami.
► BC Partners and Medina Capital formed a joint venture that combines a portfolio of data centers to be acquired from CenturyLink and Medina Capital’s security and data analytics portfolio.
► Developers of the Doral DoubleTree by Hilton have received $16 million in construction financing, including $10 million through the EB-5 immigrant investor program.
► A joint venture of Related Group, Metro 1 and Dragon Global paid $12 million for a 1.22-acre, mixed-use site near Northwest First Avenue and 28th Street in Wynwood.
► Flagstone Property Group, which wants to add hotel, restaurant and retail space to its Island Gardens megayacht marina on Miami’s Watson Island, has won a case in the 3rd District Court of Appeal, which clears the way for further development.
► The Landmark at Merrick Park theater has opened in Coral Gables.
► The Securities and Exchange Commission filed charges alleging that Miami Beach-based asset management company Onix Capital LLC and owner Alberto Chang-Rajii defrauded investors by issuing promissory notes that “guaranteed” annual returns of 12-19 percent.
► County commissioners Francis Suarez and Esteban Bovo Jr. spoke in favor of using tax increment financing or an assessment to help fund Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link on the Florida East Coast Railway.
► Miami Jewish Health announced a $5 million gift from real estate broker, investor and philanthropist Edie Laquer to help build the EmpathiCare Village.
► Saint Laurent, which offers modern fashion interpretations of the French Modernist movement of the early 20th century, has opened at 149 NE 40th St. in Miami’s Design District.