Darts on SoBe OCHE Miami Beach, a new entertainment and dart game concept founded in Norway, will be coming to the Continuum towers at 200 S. Pointe Drive, Miami Beach, in a deal brokered by Brown Harris Stevens Miami and Colliers International Florida.
Ritz is ready The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach, jointly developed by Fortune International Group and Chateau Group, has received its temporary certificate of occupancy and sold its last penthouse for $25.5 million.
Estate Companies finishes projects The Estate Companies has received a certificate of occupancy for Soleste Blue Lagoon, an eight-story, 330-unit luxury rental at 5375 NW Seventh St., Miami. The company also completed Soleste Twenty2, a luxury eight-story mid-rise with 338 rental units at 2201 Ludlam Road, West Miami.
New eats near UM Chef Niven Patel’s New American cuisine restaurant Orno will open early this summer with a design by Saladino Design Studios at the Thesis Hotel in Coral Gables’ Paseo de la Riviera mixed-used development, across from the University of Miami on U.S. Highway
Fun on the river The first venues have started opening on Friday evenings and the weekend at the 120,000-square-foot Riverside dining, drinking and entertainment complex on the Miami River between South Miami Avenue and SE First Avenue.
RCL plans beach club Royal Caribbean International signed an agreement for the company’s first Royal Beach Club in Antigua and Barbuda.
Fashion footwear in the Design District Luxury footwear purveyor TKEES of Toronto has opened its first retail location at 172 NE 40th St. in Miami’s Design District.
Link at Douglas set to grow 13th Floor Investments and Adler Group have closed on $99 million in construction financing for the 421-apartment Tower 2 at Link at Douglas at the Douglas Road Metrorail Station.
Addiction Center signs lease Avison Young negotiated a 43,895-square-foot lease for Global Institutes of Addictions at the Omni Center in downtown Miami.
An ecofriendly move Fresh Del Monte Produce has appointed Hans Sauter as its first chief sustainability officer.
Prime acre fetches high price IRR Parkwest Investments paid $26.78 million for a 1.02-acre mixed-use parcel—the next to last available—at Miami Worldcenter