Wells Fargo provided a $101-million HUD-insured loan for SolēMia Miami, a mixed-use community in North Miami.

BLT Steak reopened, after closing in May 2016, on South Beach at the Iberostar Berkeley Shore Hotel.

Avison Young is representing the sale of a 5 million-square-foot development site adjacent to Miami’s Design District.

One of the remaining land sites in downtown Miami hit the market, represented by the Urban Core Division at Colliers International, at 1 NE First St.

Law firm Carlton Fields hired Francis X. Suarez, a city of Miami commissioner and 2017 Miami mayoral candidate.

Fusion Academy will open its first school in Florida in Miami-Dade County in January.

Turnberry Isle Miami hired Shane Allor as director of sales and marketing.

The Meyers Group closed on a construction loan with Texas-based City Bank for the restoration of the Camino Real Hotel in El Paso.

Two Roads Development secured a $16.5 million construction loan to develop Elysee Miami, a waterfront condominium tower in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood.

Blue Road paid $17.5 million for the Stiles Hotel on South Beach.

FEMA signed a short-term lease in Doral.

► Macken Companies’ newly constructed Palmetto Design Center, a seven-acre, 62,500-square-foot shopping plaza at 3791 NW 167th St. in Miami Gardens, is now on the market for slightly less than $12.5 million in North Miami Beach.

►OKO Group, developer Vladislav Doronin’s company, broke ground on its condominium tower, Missoni Baia, in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood.

► Dominion Builders secured a $1.5 million contract to renovate The Pankey Institute, a nonprofit educational organization in Key Biscayne.

► Habitat Development selected Cervera Real Estate to represent the sale of a $120-million mixed-use hotel and residential project, Smart Brickell.

► Melo Group topped off construction at Square Station, a 710-rental unit and two 34-story towers featuring affordable rent.


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