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► Onze Importers, a wine importing company led by industry veteran Danielle Dattile, has acquired Maison Belle Claire Rosé and Maison Prestige Rosé from Romano Brands of New York.
► Yates Institute of Plastic Surgery has opened at 717 SE Second St. in Fort Lauderdale, with Essie Kueberuwa Yates, who is said to be Florida’s only black, female, board-certified plastic surgeon.
► Sheltair Aviation will build, lease and manage the new, 20-acre Northside Hangar Complex at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport with fixed-base operator services offered by Banyan Air Service.
► Bankruptcy and complex commercial litigation attorney James D. Silver has joined Kelley Kronenberg as a partner in the Fort Lauderdale office.
► Current Builders of Pompano Beach donated $100,000 to the College of Design, Construction and Planning at the University of Florida.
► NAI/Merin Hunter Codman represented Avid Asset Properties Hollywood, an entity controlled by New York investor Steven Samuels, in the $7.25 million purchase of Hollywood Commerce Center, a 60,000-square foot flex property on 2.5 acres near 3301 N. 29th Ave.
► Caitlin Beck Stella has left the University of California at Los Angeles health system to become CEO of Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood.
► Francisco Garcia has secured the rights to Engel & Völkers Fort Lauderdale and Engel & Völkers Fort Lauderdale Beach and will lead the brokerages as its license partner.
► Avison Young’s Florida Capital Markets Group closed the $16.55 million sale of Pointe 1801, a fully leased office 99,255-square-foot office building at 1801 NW 66th Ave., Plantation.
► Terry Mularkey has been named Nova Southeastern University’s first chief of staff, reporting directly to NSU President George Hanbury.
► Miller Construction Co. has named Vince Campo, Chris Hannaka and Brian Silver as presidents/project executives.
► CenterState Bank granted a $12 million financing for 2500 Spectrum Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, an
administrative campus with two office buildings totaling 121,138 square feet on eight acres.
► Torrid, a fashion brand for sizes 10-30, opened a nearly 3,000-square-foot retail store near Victoria’s Secret at the Galleria at Fort Lauderdale.
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