ONE LINERS Broward
►BBX Capital Real Estate of Fort Lauderdale and its joint venture partner, CC Homes, completed the Bonterra community in Hialeah.
►Blackhawk Properties & Investments began construction at 550 S. Andrews Ave. in Fort Lauderdale; the project will consist of the 550 Building and SOLO Shoppes, a 95,532-square-foot, seven-story tower with 7,500 square feet of ground-floor restaurant and patio space.
►Four neurologists have joined Holy Cross Phil Smith Neuroscience Institute and ALS and Movement Disorders Clinic — Carlos Ramon Azaret, Abraham A. Chamely, Martin Allan Lesser and Sheryl Strasser.
►Bahia Mar Fort Lauderdale Beach, a Hilton Doubletree hotel, has promoted Lisa Namour to general manager.
►Elad National has begun sales at the first phase of the San Michele Collection, Weston’s only new luxury condominium community development.
►AutoNation chairman, CEO and president Mike Jackson, who recently was honored by the Riverwalk Trust, announced his company has renewed its headquarters lease in downtown Fort Lauderdale for 12 more years with an eight-year option.
►The Balcony, a two-story restaurant with an open-air rooftop and balcony, is opening soon at 1309 E. Las Olas Blvd.
►Avison Young’s Florida Capital Markets Group is marketing the sale of Pointe 1801, Southpointe and Pointe Broward, a 257,337-square-foot office portfolio in Plantation.
►Las Olas Venture Capital closed its maiden $28.5 million venture capital fund and will invest in seed and Series-A business-to-business startups.
►Arya Oceanside Residences, a boutique condominium being developed by Aspire Real Estate Development at 336 Sunset Drive in Pompano Beach, has sold its penthouse for $1.025 million.
►Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law has developed a new law degree concentration in intellectual property, technology and cybersecurity law.
►TD Bank’s TD Community Development Corporation has received a $60 million allocation in new markets tax credits from the U.S. Treasury Department to support projects in low-income communities.
►Former President Bill Clinton and bestselling author James Patterson will discuss their forthcoming novel, The President is Missing, on June 12 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
►Cushman & Wakefield has negotiated a 21,697-square-foot headquarters lease expansion and renewal with Woundtech at Venture Corporate Center in Hollywood.
►Physician Harry K. Moon, a former CEO of Cleveland Clinic Florida, on July 15 will become Nova Southeastern University’s executive vice president and chief operating officer.
►Denella Ri’chard, Holland America Line’s senior director for trade communications and engagement, was included among The Network Journal’s 25 Influential Black Women in Business.
►Plantation Ford owner Mike Hooley and South Florida Ford Dealers Association chairman Allan Young each committed to donating $50,000 during the “Meatballs and Martinis: Stoneman Douglas Edition” event sponsored by radio station WBGG-105.9 FM.
►Outgoing Fort Lauderdale mayor Jack Seiler, new mayor Dean Trantalis and Encore Capital managing partner Art Falcone celebrated the groundbreaking of The Rise Flagler Village, a 30-story, 348-unit project at 405 NE Second St.