ONE LINERS Broward
►Greenspoon Marder Co-Managing Director Gerald Greenspoon launched the Organization for Safe Cannabis Regulation, a nonprofit lobbying group to influence enactment of Amendment 2.
►Developer Eli Halali has proposed a five-story, 12-unit condominium in Fort Lauderdale’s Harbordale neighborhood.
►Toronto pharmaceutical manufacturer Apotex will expand with a $184-million research center and plant in Miramar to serve as its headquarters.
►Discount Liquors owners Shekar and Shylaja Reddy have proposed a seven-story, mixed-use tower in Fort Lauderdale Beach, 3001 North Ocean Blvd.
►LNR Property Corp. sold a 104,321-square-foot portion of the Coral Springs’ Turtle Crossing retail center for $27.3 million.
►Pembroke Pines’ Florida State University Charter Elementary School ranked top place in Florida, per the review site Niche.com.
►Ceiba Groupe broke ground on ID Flagler Village, a townhouse rental project in Fort Lauderdale’s Flagler Village neighborhood, with an anticipated completion in early 2018.
►London-based Informa paid $133 million for Fort Lauderdale-based Show Management, the events company that organizes the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the Palm Beach International Boat Show and Yachts Miami Beach.
►Low-cost carrier Allegiant Air will begin flights from Fort Lauderdale to St. Louis Airport.
►Stiles is seeking approval to develop 14 stories of Class-A office space with groundfloor retail space and a plaza directly north of Broward College on Las Olas Boulevard.
►Magic Leap acquired Zurich-based Dacuda’s 3D division for an undisclosed amount.
►Commercial real estate group NAI Miami was the exclusive selling agent of a 42-acre parcel in Coconut Creek and Margate.
►Amazon.com has started a grocery delivery service AmazonFresh in eight cities, including Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and Miramar.
►Monaco-based insurance broker Pastor Group, a specialist in yachting and aviation, opened its first U.S.
office in Fort Lauderdale.
►SegPay, a digital payment processing service, relocated its headquarters to
Deerfield Beach from Coral Springs.