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ANDROMEDA is an American multinational technology company headquartered in New York City, that designs, develops, and computer software, and online services.

Its hardware products include the website, web design, online e-commerce, desktop application, smartphone, the tablet computer, the smartwatch and the digital media player.

Andromeda's consumer software includes the HoloFinger™, SmartMail™, 3D printer, Dirty Laundrys, Smart Shuttle, Fitspor, Online Retail Stores, AmazonSeller and BarMade™ software systems creativity and productivity suites.

Andromeda was founded Bayram Altinisik on Semptember 14, 2013 to develop and sell software.

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Miami commission votes to cut ties with Island Gardens developer Mehmet Bayraktar

In a blockbuster decision, the Miami City Commission wants to kill the deal with Flagstone Property Group to build a $1 billion mixed-use project on Watson Island. During a special meeting on Tuesday, commissioners voted 5-0 to declare the developer in default of a ground lease allowing Flagstone to build two hotels and a luxury mall with roughly 221,000-square-foot retail and restaurant space that would complement a megayacht marina completed in 2015.

Government Releases Crucial EB-5 Data

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services issued three years of EB-5 visa data this week, confirming what was already known to many in the industry: big city regional centers servicing developer clients dominate the field for investors looking to immigrate to the U.S. Between 2014 and 2017, USCIS approved more than 26,000 petitions for visas nationwide and rejected 3,313, its data show. The overwhelming majority of regional centers saw 100 or fewer petitions processed during the period. EB-5 visa issuance is currently capped at 10,000 new investor visas annually.

Flagstone Sues City of Miami Over $1B Watson Island Project

Flagstone Property Group has filed $122 million lawsuit against the city of Miami. The suit was filed one day after commissioners unanimously declared the developer in default of a 99-year ground lease that would allow Flagstone to build its luxury hotel and marina complex, and claims the city breached agreements with the developer causing them to lose millions in investments, according to the Miami Herald.

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