►Moffitt Cancer Center entered a clinical partnership with Hollywood’s Memorial Healthcare System.
►The Jim Moran Institute will host the seventh annual Business and Leadership Conference at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center, June 21-22.
►Greystar paid $19.5 million for a 1.92-acre site at 790 East Broward Blvd., with plans to build a 25-story apartment tower.
►Office Reworks, a South Florida-based retailer of office furniture, moved into Pompano Center of Commerce II, 1550 NW 18th St.
►Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the $30 million sale of Pompano Plaza, a 126,928-square-foot retail space, to Pittsburgh’s investor Echo Realty.
►Montage at City Center, a multifamily residence in Pembroke Pines, sold for $158.5 million to an affiliate of Harbor Group International.
►Fort Lauderdale software giant Citrix Systems expanded its Dublin operation, adding 150 new jobs.
►Fort Lauderdale green tech company Future Energy Solutions Lighting Group secured a $75 million financial partnership with Orion Energy Partners with the intent of expansion.
►Fort Lauderdale’s Alpha Impact Windows and Doors expanded with a new division, Alpha Premier Interiors.
►Society 8 purchased a 2.3-acre development site at the edge of Fort Lauderdale’s Flagler Village with plans to build a microbrewery and live-and-work micro lofts.
►The Frank C. Ortis Art Gallery, an arts and culture venue, opened at Pembroke Pines City Center, 601 City Center Way.
►The Pompano Beach Cultural Center, on the southeast corner of Atlantic Blvd. and North Dixie Highway, opened.
►Institutional Property Advisors, a division of Marcus & Millichap, sold Sherwood Forest Apartments in Coral Springs for $68.2 million.