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October 17, 2018

ONE LINERS Miami-Dade

ONE LINERS Miami-Dade
►Paramount Miami Worldcenter celebrated its topping off.

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough and Broad and Cassel have combined law firms, with more than 750 attorneys and professionals operating in 25 offices.

►Royal Caribbean acquired Silversea Cruises, a cruise line in the ultra-luxury space.

Turkish billionaire developer Bekir Okan plans to develop Okan Tower, which would become the tallest tower in Florida at 890 feet tall.

►Common, a New York company that promoted shared housing, has partnered with Fausto Commercial with plans to bring two developments in Miami, slated to open in 2020.

Transwestern negotiated 285,985 square feet of transactions on behalf of Crowley Maritime Corp., a marine solutions, energy, and logistics services company.

Fast-food chain Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen appears to be relocating its headquarters from Atlanta to Miami, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Developer PMG opened its apartment rental tower X-Miami in downtown Miami; it provides tenants lower rental rates and shared living spaces, amenities and co-working spaces.

Miami-based app company Neighborhood Fuel, which delivers gasoline to workplaces and residences, named Julio Piti its director of strategic initiatives.

Billionaire Moishe Mana acquired a 10,949-square-foot two-story restaurant building in downtown Miami for $3.5 million.

Bitcoin Depot, an Atlanta-based ATM company, installed 13 bitcoin ATMs in the Miami area.

The University of Miami Business School named Henrik Cronqvist as the new vice dean for faculty and research.

Royal Caribbean International launched SoundSeeker, an AI-powered photography software that creates shareable videos accompanied by mood music.

Topgolf, a 65,000 square foot sports and entertainment venue equipped with a bar and restaurant, opened its fifth Florida location in Doral.

► Melo Group is encouraging car-free living by offering tenants a $100 monthly credit at its Square Station, a recently built apartment tower in downtown Miami.

►Commercial real estate firm the Terranova Corp. developed a new food hall, The Lincoln Eatery, that will open in December on Miami Beach.

►Construction and development firm Stambul acquired the 50,000-square-foot historic Walgreens building in downtown Miami for $19.75 million; it was built in 1936 and was the first Walgreens in Florida.

►Real estate developer Michael Dezer will open Dezerland Park, the largest indoor theme park in Miami, in early 2019.

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