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►Brightline partnered with Talent4Change to sponsor Buzz it Forward, an initiative to inform the public about rail safety.
►Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the $34.75-million sale and financing of Kendall Summit Office Park, a six-building office campus, to COFE Properties.
►Two Roads Development’s 57-story waterfront tower, Elysee Condominium in Edgewater, underwent a massive concrete foundation pour.
►National realty company Compass acquired ICS Realty, a boutique brokerage in Aventura.
►HGreg.com, a fast-growing automotive group in the used-vehicle market, plans to open a North Miami location.
►Veteran commercial real estate broker Todd Cohen launched TCC Advisors.
►Law firms Nelson Mullins and Broad and Cassel combined operations, with more than 725 attorneys across 11 states and Washington, D.C., and 10 offices in Florida.
►Miami was announced as host of the inaugural SportBusiness Group summit, which takes place Sept. 18-19.
►Ocean Bank provided a $85-million construction loan to Melo Group for Art Plaza Apartments in downtown Miami.
►Habitat Group’s Smart Brickell has more than 90 percent of its first tower reserved under contract, with buyers from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Spain and the United States.