One Liners Pinellas: Digital Media Solutions, Station House and more

News announcements from the Pinellas County area

►Cushman & Wakefield arranged the sale of Promenade at Carillon, a 334-unit multifamily asset in St. Petersburg’s Gateway district. (Pictured above)

► The Brian Bill Foundation, a St. Petersburg-based nonprofit organization that provides therapeutic support to active and retired U.S. Special Operations members, added four new members to its board of trustees, including Medal of Honor recipient Lt. Michael E. Thornton, retired Navy SEAL and Rear Adm. Edward Winters III and retired U.S. Army Green Beret, Master Sgt. Scott Neil and U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Dave Scott.

► Jason D. Pettry has been named executive director of Suncoast PACE, a member of Empath Health in Pinellas Park.


The creators of St. Petersburg’s Station House are developing a space, in Sundial, at 153 Second Avenue N., St. Petersburg, which will be an 8,300-square-foot project and offer a mix of coworking and event space.

► Empath Health in Clearwater named Laurie Tillotson-Colbert director of professional relations and community outreach.

► Clearwater Marine Aquarium, Page Development Group and Choice Hotels’ Ascend Hotel Collection announced the development of Winter the Dolphin’s Beach Club Hotel, a 91-room, eco-friendly hotel on Clearwater Beach. 

Eric McHugh

►Fenway Hotel, in Dunedin, appointed Eric McHugh its new executive chef, who will direct daily culinary operations at the hotel’s signature HEW Parlor & Chophouse and Hi-Fi Rooftop Bar, and also oversee food and beverage operations for meetings, corporate events, local catering functions and special occasions in the hotel’s 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space.

► St. Petersburg Free Clinic has named Jennifer Yeagley as its CEO.

Jacksonville-based Sound Payments, a technology firm that fights fraud at gas pumps and other points of sale, opened an office in St. Petersburg.

►Engel & Völkers luxury residential brokerages added four real estate advisers: Zachary Campbell and Deborah Vannatta to its St. Petersburg office, and Mary Beattie, who also works at Engel & Völker Minneapolis, in addition to Welly Garza to the Belleair office.

► Digital Media Solutions, in Clearwater, signed a term sheet and is working on a definitive agreement with Leo Holding Corp. (NYSE: LHC), based in London, to potentially go public with a total enterprise value of the proposed transaction at $757 million, Leo said in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

► WC Assets, a real estate redevelopment and leasing firm, has completed the acquisition of a 12-unit multifamily property in Tarpon Springs.

► Caddy’s opened its fifth Pinellas County location on St. Pete Beach, after Sunpubs acquired the formerly Silas Dent’s Steakhouse, located in the strip center on Gulf Boulevard at 5501 Gulf Blvd.

► St. Petersburg College is expanding its international footprint by announcing its newest partnership with the University of Aegean in Rhodes, Greece, to promote an exchange of experiences, and staff, in the fields of business, education, humanities and culture.

Dolphin Reef for Fusion Resort Treasure Island

►Centennial Bank closed a $6 million permanent loan with Dolphin Reef for Fusion Resort Treasure Island, a new 42-suite intercoastal waterfront luxury resort.

► Hitchcock’s Markets plans to keep the natural food lines that are in Lucky’s Markets, while also adding some conventional brands, after it takes over the Lucky’s in St. Petersburg.

►MarineMax chief revenue officer Chuck Cashman was named to the International Yacht Brokers Association board of directors for 2020.

► Marcus & Millichap (NYSE: MMI), a commercial real estate investment services firm, announced the sale of Sunrise Apartments, a 44-unit apartment property located in St Petersburg, for $3.96 million.

► EXp Realty agent Karen Vommaro joined the eXp Realty Luxury Collection in Clearwater.

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