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September 23, 2017

ONE LINERS Broward

ONE LINERS Broward
► Nova Southeastern University will honor three South Florida entrepreneurs— Per-Olof Loof, Mark Templeton and Jorge M. Perez—and induct them into its Business and Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame on April 26.

Greenspoon Marder Co-Managing Director Gerald Greenspoon launched the Organization for Safe Cannabis Regulation, a nonprofit lobbying group to influence enactment of Amendment 2.

Developer Eli Halali has proposed a five-story, 12-unit condominium in Fort Lauderdale’s Harbordale neighborhood.

Toronto pharmaceutical manufacturer Apotex will expand with a $184-million research center and plant in Miramar to serve as its headquarters.

Discount Liquors owners Shekar and Shylaja Reddy have proposed a seven-story, mixed-use tower in Fort Lauderdale Beach, 3001 North Ocean Blvd.

LNR Property Corp. sold a 104,321-square-foot portion of the Coral Springs’ Turtle Crossing retail center for $27.3 million.

Pembroke Pines’ Florida State University Charter Elementary School ranked top place in Florida, per the review site Niche.com.

Ceiba Groupe broke ground on ID Flagler Village, a townhouse rental project in Fort Lauderdale’s Flagler Village neighborhood, with an anticipated completion in early 2018.

London-based Informa paid $133 million for Fort Lauderdale-based Show Management, the events company that organizes the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the Palm Beach International Boat Show and Yachts Miami Beach.

Low-cost carrier Allegiant Air will begin flights from Fort Lauderdale to St. Louis Airport.

►Stiles is seeking approval to develop 14 stories of Class-A office space with groundfloor retail space and a plaza directly north of Broward College on Las Olas Boulevard.

Magic Leap acquired Zurich-based Dacuda’s 3D division for an undisclosed amount.

Commercial real estate group NAI Miami was the exclusive selling agent of a 42-acre parcel in Coconut Creek and Margate.

Amazon.com has started a grocery delivery service AmazonFresh in eight cities, including  Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and Miramar.

Monaco-based insurance broker Pastor Group, a specialist in yachting and aviation, opened its first U.S.
office in Fort Lauderdale.

SegPay, a digital payment processing service, relocated its headquarters to
Deerfield Beach from Coral Springs.

 

► Designer Trina Turks partnered with the Diplomat Beach Resort to design four cabanas.

► Designer Trina Turks partnered with the Diplomat Beach Resort to design four cabanas.

► Andy and Allison Cagnetta with 2017 Honorary Chefs at Andy’s 15th annual Family Pasta Dinner, which raised more than $200,000 for LifeNet4Families, an organization dedicated to providing food and services to those in need in Broward County.

► Andy and Allison Cagnetta with 2017 Honorary Chefs at Andy’s 15th annual Family Pasta Dinner, which raised more than $200,000 for LifeNet4Families, an organization dedicated to providing food and services to those in need in Broward County.

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► Fort Lauderdale’s Riva condominium threw a topping off party on Feb. 23 with more than 200 attendees, including Riva’s Director of Sales, Grant Lundberg; Riva Sales Associate Noelia Suarez;  Daniel de la Vega, President of ONE Sotheby’s; Bradley Deckelbaum, Developer of Riva; Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Bruce Roberts; Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seiler and Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Robert McKinzie

NAIOP

►Commercial real estate development organization NAIOP South Florida hosted its Economic Outlook 2017 seminar, drawing more than 160 attendees, including Butters Realty & Management Senior Vice President Darcie Lunsford, Gunster Board of Directors Chairman and former U.S. Senator George LeMieux, Wells Fargo Securities Managing Director and Senior Economist Mark Vitner, Washington Economics Group, Founder and Principal J. Antonio Villamil, and NAIOP South Florida Board of Directors President Greg Martin of Avison Young.

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