► 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.