ONE LINERS Broward
►Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the $22.75 million sale of Comcast’s 91,872-square-foot operations and call center, 15800 S.W. 25th St., Miramar, to Key Biscayne-based ATCG.
►Aviation Inflatables has moved its 69 employees to 1655 N.W. 136th Ave., Sunrise, and announced plans to add 40 jobs.
►Metropica has launched sales of 11 loft apartments next to its YOO condo tower, which is under construction in Sunrise.
►BFC Financial Corporation and BBX Capital Corporation have completed their merger.
►Silver Airways has started air service between Fort Lauderdale and Manzanillo, Cuba.
►Ocean Land Investments has completed construction and totally sold out the 16-unit AquaLuna condominiums on the Isle of Venice in Fort Lauderdale.
►Sitel Corp. told the state it planned to lay off 804 workers at its call center in Pompano Beach.
►Regus is opening a 21,000-square-foot business center, with room for 100 offices, at the east end of The Galleria mall in Fort Lauderdale.
►Magic Leap will create 725 jobs and invest $150 million to create its R&D Center of Excellence in Plantation.
►Related Group has sold the 232-unit University Apartments, 5500 S. University Drive, Davie, to a Swedish company for $59 million.
►Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the $21.36 million sale of the four-building Pembroke Pines Medical Campus, adjacent to Memorial Hospital West, to Hamesh Investment of Aventura.
►Florida Panthers owner Vinnie Viola was tapped to become President Donald Trump’s Army secretary.
►Fort Lauderdale-based private jet charter JetSmarter closed on a $105 million Series C round.
►Florida Power & Light has made a $500,000 donation to the Museum of Discovery and Science’s $35 million capital campaign.