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June 20, 2018

ONE LINERS Broward

ONE LINERS Broward
► NAIOP South Florida kicked off a revamped programming initiative with a talk by Forbes Media Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes; from left, NAIOP South Florida board of directors President Greg Martin of Avison Young, Executive Director Jules Morgan, Forbes, and board member Susan Imbrigiotta of City National Bank.

Developer Art Falcone of Encore Capital Management will break ground on The Rise Flagler Village, a 30-story apartment tower on 405 NE Second St., in Fort Lauderdale.

Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant plans a late-2018 opening for a 15,000-square-foot location at The Galleria in Fort Lauderdale.

Broward College President David Armstrong Jr. was inducted into the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce’s Hall of Fame at the chamber’s Salute to Business event.

Broward Center for the Performing Arts named Maria Orsini its volunteer of the year.

Broward College commemorated the 50th anniversary of its aviation program by proclaiming its new name (Emil Buehler Aviation Institute), announcing a $350,000 grant from JPMorgan Chase & Co., and inducting alumnus Capt. Barrington Irving into the college’s Hall of Distinction.

The National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce named American Meetings, Fort Lauderdale, as its Global Supplier of the year.

Odd Breed Wild Ales is planning a location at 50 NE First St., in the historic downtown area of Pompano Beach.

Restaurateur Memphis Garrett and chef Jeremy Powell, the team behind Fort Lauderdale’s The Poke House, have partnered with Samantha “Sam” DeBianchi of DeBianchi Real Estate to open Subs and Suds at 601 SW 12th Ave., in Fort Lauderdale’s Riverside Park neighborhood.

Aspire Real Estate Development plans a March groundbreaking for Arya Oceanside Residences, a 19-unit condominium at 336 Sunset Drive, Pompano Beach.

Patriot National is in the hands of two investment groups, Cerebus Business Finance and TWC Asset Management Co., after a Chapter 11 bankruptcy court reorganization filing.

McAlister’s Deli opened in Plantation Pointe, 7900 W. Sunrise Blvd.

Jupiter Donuts is opening at 1500 W. Oakland Blvd., just west of Interstate 95.

Michael O’Brien, general manager of the Fort Lauderdale Country Club, was inducted into the PGA Hall of Fame.

Cushman & Wakefield has negotiated a 19,913-square-foot relocation lease with 3G Productions at Port 95 Business Center in Dania Beach.

►Avison Young’s Florida Capital Markets Group completed the $13 million sale of a two, multitenant office building portfolio totaling approximately 63,000 square feet at 1040 Weston Road and 1625 North Commerce Parkway in Weston.

► Council for Educational Change presented its Leonard Miller Principal Leadership Award to Dillard High School Principal Casandra Robinson; from left, Truitte I. Moreland, Robinson, Elaine Liftin and Michael J. Feeney.

► Rooftop @1WLO and TRP Taste, located at 1 W. Las Olas Blvd., held a private grand opening with 250 guests; from left, Aaron Abramoff, Tim Petrillo, Peter Boulukos and Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seiler.

►The Miramar Trust hosted a reception for “Soaring: The Legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen in South Florida,” an exhibition it’s sponsoring with Florida Memorial University’s Department of Aviation at the Ansin Family Gallery at the Miramar Cultural Center.

► Billed as “the biggest and baddest personal watercraft racing series in the world,” the P1 AquaX returned to Fort Lauderdale Beach, Nov. 18-19, for the 2017 Ford P1 Fort Lauderdale AquaX Grand Prix.

► Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance President and CEO Bob Swindell, shown with Broward County Commissioner Nan Rich, was named business leader of the year by Seafarers’ House.

► 100 Las Olas, slated to be the tallest building in Fort Lauderdale at 499 feet, is converting its condominium reservations to contracts.

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