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►MG3 Developer Group proposed to build 431-unit Parc Place, an 838,391-square-foot residential towers, in downtown Hollywood. ►A 32,000-square-foot indoor trampoline park, Rebounderz, has opened in Sunrise, 4545 N. Pine Island Road.
►BBX Capital has restored Alan Levan as its chairman and CEO after successfully overturning a court ruling involving an SEC case.
►Silver Airways and Air Canada entered a partnership, allowing customers to purchase single-ticket flights between the carriers’ networks.
►Broward College will roll out a new media communication degree program starting this fall.
►EDSA moved forward with its Las Olas corridor project, a 17-acre site on Fort Lauderdale Beach with a cost of $49.3 million that includes oceanfront public green space, event space and multimodal transportation.
►Margaritaville developer Lon Tabatchnick has acquired the Weston Hills Country Club, its two 18-hole golf courses and clubhouse.
►After 25 years in business, Mangos Restaurant and Lounge on Las Olas has been sold to new owners.
►Swiss Watch International has gone out of business, closing its headquarters in Miramar.
►Wet Seal, a teen apparel company, will close all its brick-and-mortar stores across the United States, including locations in Broward County.
►Fort Lauderdale-based AutoNation promoted executive vice president and chief operating officer William Berman to president and COO. Marc Cannon and Donna Parlapiano have moved up to EVPs from senior VPs of communications/public policy and franchise operations/corporate real estate, respectively.
►Stiles has promoted Ryan Karlin to president, to lead the Stiles Retail Group.
►Fort Lauderdale-based AAJ Technologies hired Murray Izenwasser to lead the company’s digital marketing.
►American Express will add 3,000 jobs at its recently opened 400,000-square-foot office in Sunrise, 1500 NW 136th Ave.
►Atlanta-based developer ArchCo Residential paid $23.2 million for a block along North Andrews Avenue in Flagler Village, with plans to erect a mixed-use complex.
►MG3 Developer Group purchased the former American Express office in Weston for $14.1 million.
►Coca-Cola renewed a long-term lease for a 93,700-square-foot space at Seneca Industrial Park, in Pembroke Pines.
►Developer Alan Hooper’s project Apache Lofts, a 33-unit residential complex, is in review for construction in Fort Lauderdale’s FATVillage.
►An Uruguayan investor is looking for approval to construct MG 100 Tower, a 294-unit high-rise residential tower with 9,603 square feet of commercial space, in Hallandale Beach at 100 S. Federal Highway.
►Austin-based iFly, an indoor skydiving complex, has opened in Davie, 11690 W. State Road 84.
►Dev Motwani’s Merrimac Ventures sold part of Las Olas Riverfront in Fort Lauderdale for $29 million to New York’s Property Markets Group.
►MG3 Developer Group purchased the former American Express’ 52,960-square-foot office building in Weston for $14.1 million, which was brokered by Avison Young.
►Nova Southeastern University has named its recreational arena on its Davie campus after automotive dealer Rick Case.
►ANF Group and Cypress Medical Pavilion are developing a two-story, Class A, 82,000-square-foot medical office building at 2122 W. Cypress Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale.