► 3 Daughters Brewing, in St. Petersburg, released a line of vodka-and-soda-canned cocktails, in three flavors, including grapefruit, pineapple and mango. (Pictured above)
► Avison Young’s Florida Capital Markets Group completed the $22.5 million sale of the 134,362-square-foot, 13-acre retail property, at 21800 U.S. Highway 19 N, in Clearwater, to an affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies, which already leases the adjacent city-owned BayCare Ballpark, home of the Phillies Spring Training and the Clearwater Threshers.
► Graze Craze, a food concept that serves cheese plates and charcuterie boards, opened at 2220 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.
► BayFirst National Bank, the wholly owned subsidiary of St. Petersburg-based BayFirst Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: BAFN) and formerly known as First Home Bank, named Adam Curtis as its new senior vice president and Pinellas County market president.
► St. Petersburg-based shopper intelligence firm Catalina sold its headquarters in the Carillon business park, at 200 Carillon Parkway, to real estate firm Webull Management, for $29.5 million.
► A Sarasota-based doughnut shop, Five-O Donuts, signed a lease for its first location in St. Petersburg, at 1003 Fourth St. N.
► Otter PR purchased an 8,000-square-foot building, at 324 First Ave. N., St. Petersburg, for $3 million, which will serve as the company’s headquarters.
► Clearwater-based BayCare Health System named Nate Malcolm as president of St. Joseph’s Hospital.
► Justin Olsen joined Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, in St. Petersburg, as vice president and chief operating officer.
► Taylor Sam’s, a café that specializes in homestyle breakfast and brunch, has leased space at 312 Third St. S., St. Petersburg, in the Camden Pier District apartment tower with plans to open for business in February or March.
► St. Petersburg-based Paradise Advertising & Marketing promoted chief strategy officer Rudy Webb to president.
► Amanda Ward was named director of marketing for MarineMax, in Clearwater.
► United Insurance Holdings Corp. sold its St. Petersburg headquarters, at 800 Second Ave. S., for $10.5 million to an entity affiliated with Tampa-based investment advisory firm Third Lake Partners.