02:57 am
August 24, 2017

ONE LINERS Miami-Dade

ONE LINERS Miami-Dade
► Gibraltar Private Bank and Trust donated $30,000 to a field study scholarship program at Deering Estate.

► The $325 million Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum debuted in downtown Miami.

U.S. Century Bank appointed Aida Levitan as board chairman.

► The Superior Bike Shop opened in Wynwood, 2105 NW Second Ave.

Miami International Airport, the sole North American airport designated as a pharmaceutical freight hub by the International Air Transport Association, received global certificates of excellence from the IATA.

AC Hotel Miami Aventura by Marriott opened last month at 20805 Biscayne Blvd., in Aventura.

Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the sale of the Econocaribe Building, a 164,432-square-foot warehouse distribution facility at 2401 NW
69th St.

NAI sold the SAAM Building in Coral Gables for $4.4 million.

Goldman Properties’ broke ground on the first parking garage in Wynwood.

► General contractor Grycon topped off its mixed-use project, the nine-story Giralda Place, in Coral Gables.

Angelo Elia Pizza, Bar and Tapas has opened its fifth location, in CityPlace Doral.

Eden Multifamily and Florida Value Partners broke ground on NOMA North Miami Beach, a 354-unit apartment complex at 2134 NE 164th St.

► New York Thor Equities proposed to develop Wynwood Walk, a 2.3-acre commercial site at 2800 NW Second Ave.

► Wireless provider Sprint is expanding with new stores across the region, including in Hialeah, bringing more than 250 jobs.

► FirstLight Home Care, a veteran-operated provider of nonmedical home care, opened a new location in Miami, 895 SW 86th Court.

► FirstLight Home Care, a veteran-operated provider of nonmedical home care, opened a new location in Miami, 895 SW 86th Court.

► Melo Group’s Aria on the Bay, a waterfront condominium in downtown Miami, topped off at 53 stories.

► Melo Group’s Aria on the Bay, a waterfront condominium in downtown Miami, topped off at 53 stories.

► Brickell City Centre organized an outdoor meditation, A Mindful Miami, on Earth Day, drawing roughly 500 attendees.

► Brickell City Centre organized an outdoor meditation, A Mindful Miami, on Earth Day, drawing roughly 500 attendees.

► Miami-based tech startup TIKD launched BetterPay, a payment method alternative for traffic tickets.

► Miami-based tech startup TIKD launched BetterPay, a payment method alternative for traffic tickets.