02:58 am
August 24, 2017

ONE LINERS Broward

ONE LINERS Broward
►IFly Fort Lauderdale, an indoor skydiving simulator, hosted its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Davie.

New York developer Steve Witkoff is under contract to purchase the Weston Town Center for approximately $90 million.

Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the $9.3 million sale of Executive University Courts, an office complex at 4300 N. University Drive in Sunrise.

Cushman & Wakefield sold a 23,129-square-foot office complex in Hollywood for $6.3 million, 2700 Hollywood Blvd.

CREC and Lubert Adler Real Estate Funds sold Royal University Plaza, a 10-acre shopping complex in Coral Springs, for $48 million.

Boardroom PR hired television news producer Lauren Berger as its account director.

Car wash manufacturer Paul Fazio sold his Tamarac warehouse for $18.5 million to Boston’s private equity firm Cabot Properties.

Investor Moshe Popack purchased the 97,000-square-foot Executive University Courts in Lauderhill for $9.3 million.

Emerald Palms Venture paid $33.4 million for a 318-unit affordable housing complex in Dania Beach at 5331 SW 43rd Terrace.

Developer Stellar Homes Group plans to build a 197-unit apartment community in Dania Beach with construction set for late 2018.

Duke Realty negotiated the sale of the William “Bill” Kling Veterans Clinic in Sunrise for $49.7 million, 9800 W. Commercial Blvd.

Lauderdale-by-the-Sea reached an agreement to allow two property owners to construct building up to 15 stories tall, exceeding the city’s four-story limit.

First Green Bank will establish its South Florida headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, at 400 E. Davie Blvd.

Southwest Airlines plans to begin international flights from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to several Caribbean destinations.

Arc Broward and PNC Bank presented Delish 2017, a food, wine and spirits fundraiser that generated more than $175,000 for the organization that serves the local disabled community.

The Broward County Housing Authority promoted Peter Jannis, previously the controller, to chief financial officer.

CycleBar Weston celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Waterway Shoppes in Weston.

►More than $300,000 was raised during the seventh annual “Ultimate Software & Salah Foundation Present the La Croix, South Florida Ford & Florida Panthers Foundation Walk Like MADD & MADD Dash Fort Lauderdale 5K.”

►More than $300,000 was raised during the seventh annual “Ultimate Software & Salah Foundation Present the La Croix, South Florida Ford & Florida Panthers Foundation Walk Like MADD & MADD Dash Fort Lauderdale 5K.”

►Building Better Communities commemorated its newly opened workforce townhouse community, the Manors at Middle River in Fort Lauderdale.

►Building Better Communities commemorated its newly opened workforce townhouse community, the Manors at Middle River in Fort Lauderdale.

►Fort Lauderdale nonprofit technology advocate and business facilitator Innovation Florida hosted Israel Consul General Lior Haiat at a recent board meeting, and announced a partnership with Start-Up Nation Central, a similar organization that’s based in Tel Aviv.

►Fort Lauderdale nonprofit technology advocate and business facilitator Innovation Florida hosted Israel Consul General Lior Haiat at a recent board meeting, and announced a partnership with Start-Up Nation Central, a similar organization that’s based in Tel Aviv.

►FirstLight Home Care, a national  nonmedical home care provider, opened  in Pembroke Pines.

►FirstLight Home Care, a national nonmedical home care provider, opened
in Pembroke Pines.

►Broward Education Foundation hosted its fundraiser, the Black & White Gala. Pictured are board member Tim Curtin, administrative director of community services of Memorial Healthcare System; Fort Lauderdale High School student Abigail Michele, a scholarship recipient; Shane Strum, senior vice president of Memorial Healthcare System; and Doug Harrison, vice chairman of Memorial Healthcare System.

►Broward Education Foundation hosted its fundraiser, the Black & White Gala. Pictured are board member Tim Curtin, administrative director of community services of Memorial Healthcare System; Fort Lauderdale High School student Abigail Michele, a scholarship recipient; Shane Strum, senior vice president of Memorial Healthcare System; and Doug Harrison, vice chairman of Memorial Healthcare System.