One Liners Polk: Project Skylab, Publix and more
News announcements from Polk County
►Summit, a Lakeland workers’ compensation insurance company, is planning to build a 135,000-square-foot, nine-story building at the northwest corner of Lake Mirror in downtown Lakeland.
► Curry Mango, an Indian restaurant with two tandoor ovens and seating for 130 indoors and 40 on a patio, opened at 6625 Florida Ave. S., Lakeland.
►The Central Florida Aerospace Center for Excellence announced Project Skylab, a $4.5 million project that will add an 8,000-square-foot classroom facility with a holographic theater to its 14-building campus at Sun ‘n Fun in Lakeland.
► David Hungerford, a senior advisor at SVN | Saunders Ralston Dantzler Real Estate, was appointed as an adjunct instructor at the Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise at Florida Southern College.
► AltMed Florida opened a Müv medical cannabis dispensary at 224 N. Florida Ave., Lakeland.
► Brennan Investment Group, a Chicago-based developer, is planning a second spec warehouse near the intersection of Interstate 4 and the Polk Parkway, north of Florida Polytechnic University.
►A new Publix GreenWise Market opened at 4747 S. Florida Ave., in Lakeland, and features an 8-square-foot mural titled “Lakeland on the Move.”
► Baldwin Krystyn Sherman Partners, a subsidiary of Tampa insurance distributor BRP Group, agreed to buy Lanier Upshaw, a Lakeland-based independent insurance firm focused on writing health care, higher education, construction, property and nonprofit business throughout Florida and other states.
► Assistant Police Chief Mike Link retired from the Lakeland Police Department after more than 34 years.