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October 17, 2018

One Liners Miami-Dade

One Liners Miami-Dade
► Miami-based fashion designers and spouses Shail and Valentina Shah launched their new line, 2-DG, which features shirts made from 100-percent recycled fishing nets.

►Brightline partnered with Talent4Change to sponsor Buzz it Forward, an initiative to inform the public about rail safety.

Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the $34.75-million sale and financing of Kendall Summit Office Park, a six-building office campus, to COFE Properties.

Two Roads Development’s 57-story waterfront tower, Elysee Condominium in Edgewater, underwent a massive concrete foundation pour.

National realty company Compass acquired ICS Realty, a boutique brokerage in Aventura.

HGreg.com, a fast-growing automotive group in the used-vehicle market, plans to open a North Miami location.

Veteran commercial real estate broker Todd Cohen launched TCC Advisors.

Law firms Nelson Mullins and Broad and Cassel combined operations, with more than 725 attorneys across 11 states and Washington, D.C., and 10 offices in Florida.

Miami was announced as host of the inaugural SportBusiness Group summit, which takes place Sept. 18-19.

►Ocean Bank provided a $85-million construction loan to Melo Group for Art Plaza Apartments in downtown Miami.

►Habitat Group’s Smart Brickell has more than 90 percent of its first tower reserved under contract, with buyers from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Spain and the United States.

►Chile-based G&L Real Estate Development completed its One Bay Residences in the Design District.

►The tallest residential building south of Manhattan, Panorama Tower, developed by Florida East Coast Realty, celebrated its opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

►RCC Associates was selected as general contractor for Time Out Market Miami, a new entertainment-driven development by the British media company Time Out Group.

►Miami-based father-daughter duo Henry and Gabriella Pino invented and patented Ecopod, a smart-tech refill kiosk that dispenses home cleaning and personal care products into refillable containers.

►Miami International Airport was ranked as the best Florida airport and the eighth in the United States for business travelers, according to an inaugural study by TravelBank.

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