The U.S. Department of Transportation approved the Brightline rail project to run from Miami to Orlando.

CenterPoint Properties acquired a 130,000-square-foot facility at 3355 NW 114st St., in Miami.

MyStrongHome and Kin Insurance launched a partnership with Renovation of North Miami Home.

The Rusty Pelican launched its “Miami is Not Plastic” campaign, in which the restaurant, along with Whisky Joe’s and the Rickenbacker Marina, will eliminate single-use plastics and Styrofoam.

Miami International Airport Hotel front desk clerk Jose Consuegra was recognized as the airport’s employee of the year, following his efforts in saving the life of an infant traveler who had stopped breathing.

MG Developer completed the five-story Biltmore Parc condominium in Coral Gables.

Azuri Medical Aesthetics & Rejuvenation Center opened in Miami Beach.

►Casa Tua Cucina opened inside the Saks Fifth Avenue at Brickell City Centre.

►Coral Gables-based Gibraltar Private Bank & Trust partnered with Yes Institute to raise awareness about gender orientation.

Lee B. Chaykin is the new CEO of the Aventura Hospital and Medical Center.

► University Developments unveiled a student-housing project, located across from the Florida International University’s main campus.

► The Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach named the museum’s first floor the Riccardo and Tatyana Silva Gallery, following a $500,000 gift from the couple.

► Technology-enabled wire transfer company Intermex Holdings II and FinTech Acquisition merged with Intermex owner Stella Point Capital, and will apply for listing on NASDAQ.

►Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade appointed Andres “Mo” Guilarte as board chair.

►Rachel Sapoznik—founder, CEO and president of Sapoznik Insurance—won the 2017 Silver Stevie Award for female entrepreneur of the year.

►“Chopped” star Eileen Andrade opened Amelia’s 1931 at 12601 SW 26th St. in Miami.

►Two Roads Development broke ground on Elysee, a condominium tower in Miami’s East Edgewater district.

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