►The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale campus is being phased out and personnel will be laid off amid the parent company’s nationwide restructuring.

►Marcus & Millichap brokered the sale of the 20-room Three Crowns Resort in Deerfield Beach for $2.9 million.

The South Florida Accelerator, an early-stage venture fund, and Pacira Pharmaceuticals co-created a think tank, The Center for Analgesic Transformation, to help prevent the spread of opioid abuse.

More than 30 Broward business and community leaders from the Broward Business Council on Homelessness traveled to Orlando for an intensive, two-day program on innovative approaches to reducing chronic homelessness.

►Native Realty arranged the lease for a new bar and live-music venue, the Rank & File Social Club, in Fort Lauderdale’s Flagler Village.

►Spirit Airlines expanded its corporate headquarters at Miramar Park of Commerce, which houses 1,000 employees, adding 26,000 square feet.

►Society 8 Hospitality Group will open Sistrunk Market and Brewery, a mixed-use, 40,000-square-foot development, at 115 NW Sixth St., in Fort Lauderdale.

►Sheltair Aviation, an aviation services company, will build, lease and manage a 20-acre, $30 million hangar complex at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

►Broward Health named Kathy Ross its new chief information officer.

►Dania Pointe broke ground on its second phase, a 102-acre mixed-use development with 600 apartment rentals, Class A offices, hotels and public event space.

► Cleveland Clinic opened its Coral Springs Family Health Center, a $53 million facility offering specialty care and outpatient surgery and advanced imaging services.

► Avison Young closed on the $18.5-million sale of Southpointe, a 79,719-square-foot Class A office center in Plantation, with The Green Companies as the buyer.

► AutoNation chairman, CEO and president Mike Jackson was inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame.

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