ONE LINERS Miami-Dade
► The University of Miami Health System inked a deal with Walgreens, in which the university’s UHealth will manage clinical services at the 17 South Florida locations that offer them.
► The Florida Department of Transportation plans to open price proposals in April for a revamped Interstate 395 that would include a new bridge over Biscayne Boulevard.
► The Foreign Trade Zone Board and PortMiami Foreign Trade Zone designated Miami’s 79th Street corridor as a foreign trade zone.
► Topgolf, a 65,000 square foot entertainment complex, plans to open in late February in Miami Gardens, 17650 N.W. Second Ave., and a second location is planned at the new Shops at Beacon Lakes, across from the Dolphin Mall.
► In partnership with VanDutch, YachtLife has launched a mobile app that enables customers to charter luxury yachts equipped with a captain and crew.
► Carnival’s Princess Cruises is introducing smart technology that can anticipate passengers’ preferences.
► Miami brothers Jorge and Carlos Granier, along with Los Angeles TV producer Rich Hull, launched Pongalo, an on-demand viewing service entirely in Spanish.
► LiveNinja, a video conferencing and chat platform, has been bought by Net2Phone.
► McDonald’s has partnered with UberEats to offer delivery service from nearly 200 Florida locations, including some in Miami.
► The Miami Finance Forum’s 2017 “Mapping Miami’s Financial Future” event takes place on Feb. 24 at the Four Seasons Hotel on the Brickell Avenue.
► Alicia Speight Willis, formerly with Crystal & Company, was appointed as the new Florida market leader for Willis Towers Watson, a global advisory, broking and solutions company.
► Clara T. Diaz Leal, previously with SunTrust Bank, is the new executive vice president of BankUnited.
► Fifth Third Bank awarded a $89 million mortgage to Block G Phase 1, to fund construction of the Miami Worldcenter apartment tower on Seventh Street.
► The Lincoln Place office building on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach sold for $80 million.
► The Bay Harbor Islands office complex owned by the late Marty Taplin was acquired for $20.25 million by Northwood Investors and Wharton Equity Partners.
► Michael Comras’ mixed-use retail project for Fifth Street in South Beach is set to move forward with plans to build 82,251 square feet of retail space, dubbed as The BLVD at Lenox.
► Movie-theater company AMC signed a lease at the River Landing mixed-use project along the Miami River near 1400 N.W. North River Drive.
► Entercom, the nation’s fourth-largest radio broadcasting company, is relocating its South Florida office from Miami Gardens to Miami’s Little River neighborhood, at The Citadel, which is under development.
► Atlantis University relocated to Highland Park Center in Miami’s health district, tripling its campus in size to a 27,653-square-foot space, at 1011 Sunnybrook Road.
► Wynwood 310, a 19,891-square-foot building on a 26,475-square-foot lot, was sold for $14.5 million by Marcus & Millichap to a New York investment group.