One Liners Miami-Dade

Construction and engineering firm Ecosteel USA proposed a $240 steel mill in Homestead.

The Miami Super Bowl Host Committee added six new members to its team.

►MyPark, a South Florida-based parking application provider, secured $2.1 million in seed-financing round.

►Bahamasair began weekly Miami-to-Bimini service.

►ESJ Capital Partners is seeking commission approval to build a 300-room hotel at its Jungle Island property.

►Avison Young expanded its global valuation and advisory services line in Miami.

Billionaire Turkish developer Bekir Okan is planning a 70-story hotel and condominium tower in downtown Miami.

►Lennar paid $4.5 million for a 32.7-acre farming site with plans to turn it into estate residential.

Gastro Health will acquire South Florida Gastroenterology Associates, a 15-physician practice focused on diagnostic and therapeutic digestive health services.

Aria on the Bay, a 53-story condominium tower, is 90 percent sold.

The Related Group and Block Capital Group broke ground on a 175-unit, mostly micro units, apartment building with retail space and a parking garage in Wynwood.

►Stephanie Shames opened SHMLS Cycling Studio, which celebrates all body types and fitness levels, in Brickell.

►Miami-based wealth and management and investment firm MB America listed Al Capone’s former Miami Beach mansion for $14.9 million.

►Medical cannabis company Surterra Wellness opened a center on Miami Beach at 1523 Alton Road.

►Transwestern completed a 192,424-square-foot industrial sublease transaction in Medley.

►Royal Caribbean led a team of 1,500 volunteers to rehab Little Haiti’s Jesse J. McCray Jr. Elementary School during the company’s G.I.V.E. Day.

►The first Johnnie Walker store in the Americas opened at the Miami International Airport.

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