News in Brief: Palm Beach State College, YMCA of the Palm Beaches partner on health and fitness services; Molteni&C opens in Miami – South Florida Business Journal – The Business Journals

• Italian furniture designer Molteni&C opened a 7,300-square-foot flagship store at 4100 N.E. Second Ave., Suite 103, in Miami., a website dedicated to teaching consumers how to become financially savvy, has acquired, a personal finance brand for new investors. will merge with to become one independent financial website and brand.
Circle Graphics, a portfolio company of Miami-based investment firm H.I.G. Capital, acquired Yorba Linda, California-based JONDO Ltd., which will become a unit of Circle’s Sensaria division. and
• Real estate broker Jacqueline Garcia joined the Coldwell Banker network as a franchisee with the opening of Coldwell Banker Home Lovers Realty at 15714 S.W. 72nd St. in Miami. 786-600-5040 or
• Speakeasy-inspired omakase concept Sushi by Bou opened at SLS Brickell, 1300 S. Miami Ave. The 650-square-foot restaurant features a 12-seat counter and 12-seat lounge.
Palm Beach State College and the YMCA of the Palm Beaches launched a partnership for health and fitness services at PBSC’s Lake Worth campus. The YMCA now manages PBSC’s Wellness Center, and oversees fitness services and combined group exercises. The YMCA’s members can now use the fitness facilities at the Wellness Center, while PBSC students and employees – who already had access to the Wellness Center – can now participate in group exercises and fitness services led by YMCA instructors. and
ANF Group topped off construction of The Kavista, a 282-unit, eight-story residential project being developed by Barrington Brothers LLC at 495 N.E. 83rd St., in the village of El Portal in Miami-Dade County.
TeamFootWorks, which produces the Corporate Run series, announced that Lexus will serve as the new title partner for the 2023 Corporate Run series. The Fort Lauderdale run is scheduled for March 30, and the Miami run is slated for April 27.
Gary Hennes Realtors facilitated the $9.05 million sale of the Clifton Hotel, a 35-room Art Deco property at 1343 Collins Ave. in Miami Beach.
• Marcus & Millichap Capital Corp. arranged a $7.5 million bridge loan for the acquisition of Cleveland Paradise Apartments, 1720 Cleveland St. in Hollywood.
• Jupiter-based EML Realty Partners completed its $2 million purchase of a 6,250-square-foot office/retail property at 820 Indiantown Road in Jupiter. The company also bought the Three Palms Office Center at 2141 S. Alternate A1A in Jupiter, where it will relocate its corporate headquarters in 2023. EML also sold 10,000 square feet of industrial property at 100 and 124 Toney Penna Drive, adjacent to Jupiter Medical Center, for $5 million.
• The National Institute of Justice awarded Florida International University‘s Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice $1 million for a prosecutorial study. In partnership with district and state attorneys around the country, researchers, FIU researchers plan to study investigation and prosecution strategies to help prosecutors develop more effective policies and practices for identifying and prosecuting hate crimes, and for providing assistance to crime victims.
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