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South Florida Business & Wealth
►Paramount Miami Worldcenter celebrated its topping off.
►Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough and Broad and Cassel have combined law firms, with more than 750 attorneys and professionals operating in 25 offices.
►Royal Caribbean acquired Silversea Cruises, a cruise line in the ultra-luxury space.
►Turkish billionaire developer Bekir Okan plans to develop Okan Tower, which would become the tallest tower in Florida at 890 feet tall.
►Common, a New York company that promoted shared housing, has partnered with Fausto Commercial with plans to bring two developments in Miami, slated to open in 2020.
►Transwestern negotiated 285,985 square feet of transactions on behalf of Crowley Maritime Corp., a marine solutions, energy, and logistics services company.
►Fast-food chain Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen appears to be relocating its headquarters from Atlanta to Miami, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
►Developer PMG opened its apartment rental tower X-Miami in downtown Miami; it provides tenants lower rental rates and shared living spaces, amenities and co-working spaces.
►Miami-based app company Neighborhood Fuel, which delivers gasoline to workplaces and residences, named Julio Piti its director of strategic initiatives.
►Billionaire Moishe Mana acquired a 10,949-square-foot two-story restaurant building in downtown Miami for $3.5 million.
►Bitcoin Depot, an Atlanta-based ATM company, installed 13 bitcoin ATMs in the Miami area.
►The University of Miami Business School named Henrik Cronqvist as the new vice dean for faculty and research.
►Royal Caribbean International launched SoundSeeker, an AI-powered photography software that creates shareable videos accompanied by mood music.
►Topgolf, a 65,000 square foot sports and entertainment venue equipped with a bar and restaurant, opened its fifth Florida location in Doral.