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September 24, 2018

ONE LINERS Miami-Dade

ONE LINERS Miami-Dade
► Giralda Place, a mixed-use development in downtown Coral Gables, hosted a Hamptons-style grand opening celebration, drawing more than 200 guests.

Commercial real estate brokerage firm NAI Miami negotiated a 13,792-square-foot industrial lease for global logistics services company Hankyu Hanshin Express.

►Transwestern secured a new and long-term lease for 50,000 square feet at Miami International Commerce Center with AAR Aircraft Services.

Hyatt Centric Brickell Miami, a 208-room hotel in the 83-story Panorama Tower, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Brickell and downtown Miami’s political and business leaders.

►Visa invested in YellowPepper, a Miami-based financial technology company servicing Latin America, to spur adoption and usage of mobile payments in the region.

Miami-based startup Axela Technologies, a provider of automated solutions for community associations, closed a $1.5 million seed round.

City National Bank received final regulatory approval to acquire Miami-based TotalBank for $528 million.

►Rideshare company Lyft entered an exclusive partnership with the Brightline passenger rail service.

►One Sotheby International Realty signed a seven-figure, three-year deal with the Miami Heat, becoming the team’s real estate partner.

►Macken Companies sold the seven-acre shopping center Palmetto Design Center in Miami Gardens for $11.85 million.

The United Franchise Group was awarded the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Presidential “E” Award in the exports category.

►Biscayne Bay Brewing Company plans to open its second location this winter, inside the historical U.S. Post Office and courthouse building in downtown Miami.

Miami-based Tiera Nueva Fine Cocoa sold a majority stake to Tampa’s ProspEquity Partners.

►International Finance Bank is rebranding its image with a new logo and implementing tailored solutions for customers’ needs.

►Telemundo’s Emmy Award-winning morning show “Un Nuevo Dia,” unveiled its new 6,000-square-foot studio at its headquarters in Doral.

►Developer Triple Five won county approval for its American Dream Miami development, a 6.2-million square-foot, $4 billion shopping mall and theme park.

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