► Fort Lauderdale builder Terence Paterson paid $15.9 million for Lighthouse Point Yacht and Racquet Club and plans to redevelop it.
► Marcus & Millichap brokered the sale of the Oasis, a 141-unit apartment complex in Oakland Park, for $13.5 million.
► Boulder, Colorado-based grocer Lucky’s Market is opening its third Broward location at 1030 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Oakland Park.
► Current Capital Group paid $21.25 million for retail center University Marketplace in Pembroke Pines.
► Bristol Group and Butters Construction and Development announced four new restaurants will open at University Place, a Class-A office building in Coral Springs.
► Florida Atlantic University is opening a student advisory service hub called One Stop Shop on its Davie campus.
► Analysts at Great Place to Work recognized construction firm Moss & Associates, based on anonymous employees’ surveys.
► Temple Kol Ami Emanu-el plans to sell 5.4-acres of its 15-acre campus in Plantation to Stiles to build apartments.
► Solar Power World magazine ranked Moss Solar, a division of Moss Construction, as a top solar contractor and No. 11 in solar engineering, procurement and construction in North America.
► Shay Carver joined BBX Capital as human resources director for its MOD Pizza franchise.
► Oregon-based life sciences company Signal Bay secured its first Florida license for its cannabis testing division and will open a testing lab in Fort Lauderdale.
► Pompano Beach-based Redevelopment Management Associates hired Marc Snediker to oversee statewide projects.
► Virtual business coaching service Have Big Plans has launched and is offering affordable packages for entrepreneurs.
► Ken Juede is the new director of Mission United, the United Way of Broward County’s initiative to support transitioning veterans.