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October 23, 2017

ONE LINERS Miami-Dade

ONE LINERS Miami-Dade
► Nearly 450 people gathered at Joe’s Stone Crab on May 7 for the sixth annual “Claws for Kids” brunch that raised nearly $140,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade.

RealConnex, a B2B platform for real estate professionals, has partnered with the Miami Association of Realtors.

Fernando Nicolau joined Merrill Lynch Wealth Management’s Miami office as an international financial adviser.

► The Commonwealth Institute named Right Management, led by CEO Maureen Shea, as one of Florida’s top 50 women-led businesses.

AtWork, a national franchisor of staffing services, opened an office in Miami at 2500 SW 107th Ave.

Boats Group, an online boat marketplace, will move its headquarters to Brickell from Norfolk, Virginia.

Sarasota’s Progressive Employer Management Co., a human resources organization, opened its 10th Florida location in Miami.

Cushman & Wakefield negotiated Everest Business Funding’s relocation and expansion in downtown Doral.

► International real estate firm Hines will develop a Class A office tower, 110 10th, at Miami Worldcenter.

State Street Realty president George Pino was recognized by Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida as one of South Florida’s Twelve Good Men.

Jeremy S. Larkin is the new chairman of NAI Global Members’ Leadership Board.

Lalique entered a partnership with the St. Regis Bal Harbour to sell the world’s most expensive macarons, going for $9,703; they’re presented in dahlia-shaped crystal keepsake boxes and come with an overnight stay at one of the new four-bedroom Sky Palace suites.

► Miami’s EnviroStar, a commercial laundry distribution company, will acquire Denver’s Martin-Ray Laundry Systems for $4 million, and will run it under its current name as a wholly-owned subsidiary.

► Midtown 8, a mixed-use development tower, is under construction at 2901 and 2951 NE First Ave., in Miami’s Midtown neighborhood.

► Midtown 8, a mixed-use development tower, is under construction at 2901 and 2951 NE First Ave., in Miami’s Midtown neighborhood.

► The University of Miami appointed John Quelch, a Harvard scholar and former dean of two business schools, as its new dean for the School of Business Administration.

► The University of Miami appointed John Quelch, a Harvard scholar and former dean of two business schools, as its new dean for the School of Business Administration.

► Miami International Airport’s celebration of World Trade Month was highlighted May 19 when Florida Gov. Rick Scott visited the nation’s busiest international-freight airport for a news conference to announce Florida’s April job growth numbers.

► Miami International Airport’s celebration of World Trade Month was highlighted May 19 when Florida Gov. Rick Scott visited the nation’s busiest international-freight airport for a news conference to announce Florida’s April job growth numbers.

► Eve at the District, a residential development in Midtown Miami by architecture and design firm Stantec, takes its  name from a creation by artist Anna Sweet, whose work is on display in the development’s public spaces.

► Eve at the District, a residential development in Midtown Miami by architecture and design firm Stantec, takes its
name from a creation by artist Anna Sweet, whose work is on display in the development’s public spaces.

► A redevelopment is planned for Coconut Grove’s CocoWalk along with a 78,000-square-foot Class A office building, One Cocowalk.

► A redevelopment is planned for Coconut Grove’s CocoWalk along with a 78,000-square-foot Class A office building, One Cocowalk.

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