One Liners Hillsborough: SoFresh, WellCare and more

Tampa-based SoFresh, an emerging, fresh casual restaurant that serves nutritious, made-to-order healthy meals, expanded its franchise business and is scheduled to open three new Florida locations this year, the first being at Westshore Town Center (next to Starbucks). (Pictured above)

Wrench Group, a national home repair and maintenance services company headquartered in Marietta, Georgia, acquired Tampa-based Easy A/C, an air conditioning, electrical and plumbing services company.

Florida Crossroads Logistics Center.

Cushman & Wakefield of Tampa arranged the $58.4 million sale of Florida Crossroads Logistics Center, a 617,055-square-foot industrial building located in Ocala, to an affiliate of Lexington Realty Trust, an industrial real estate investment trust.

Affordit, a Tampa-based financial technology startup, added Coastal States Mortgage to its Early Adopter Program.

CR Fitness, headquartered in Brandon, appointed Christy Stross as the company’s chief legal officer.

Dan Bavaro and Bob Johnston opened Oronzo Honest Italian, a new fast-casual concept with its first location in New Tampa.

The Bainbridge Companies, a leading developer, owner and manager of luxury multifamily communities, will manage The Point at Bella Grove in Sarasota.

Todd Kinney

McKibbon Hospitality, a hotel management company in Tampa, appointed hospitality veteran Todd Kinney as general manager of the new Hyatt House Tampa Avion Park.

Earl Crane, a former White House and Department of Homeland Security official, joined the board of advisors of Abacode, a Tampa-based cybersecurity and compliance firm.

University of South Florida President Steven Currall today announced that Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman, associate professor of sociology, will serve in a newly created role of senior adviser to the president and provost on diversity and inclusion.

Peterbrooke Chocolatier, a Florida-based confectioner, began construction on a new specialty retail shop in at 777 N. Ashley Drive in downtown Tampa.

Jamal Wilson

The Hall on Franklin founder Jamal Wilson revealed plans to open a second location at the Midtown Tampa mixed-use neighborhood under construction near the intersection of Dale Mabry Highway and Interstate 275.

Tampa Crossroads, a nonprofit that offers drug and alcohol rehabilitation, affordable housing and programs for veterans and disabled adults, and more, promoted Gwendolyn Green to CEO.

Concertium, an information technology managed services provider in Tampa, promoted Carren Rieger to president and chief executive officer, replacing Pratik Roychoudhury, who is stepping down to pursue other interests.

Suzanne Labrit, a partner in Shutts & Bowen’s Tampa office, was appointed by Gov. Ron DeSantis to Florida’s 2nd District Court of Appeal.

BlueGrace Logistics appointed Stacey Allaster, the U.S. Tennis Association’s chief executive of professional tennis, to the BlueGrace board of directors, effective immediately.

DAS Health Ventures, a health IT and management company in Tampa, has completed the acquisition of Technology Seed, a managed IT and cybersecurity services company based in Salem, New Hampshire.

Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research of Tampa added Kimberly A. Murray of KE Healthcare Group, to the Lions Eye Foundation board of directors.

Westshore Yacht Club Marina

Miami-based real estate investment and development firm Integra Investments, under its Integra Marina business vertical, acquired the Westshore Yacht Club Marina at 6003 S. Westshore Blvd, Tampa.

WellCare, in Tampa, partnered with same-day delivery service Shipt to help some Medicare Advantage members get groceries and everyday essentials throughout 2020.

Premier Eye Care, in Tampa, promoted Shari Basye to chief collaboration officer.

Tumor immunologist Dr. Patrick Hwu was appointed as president and CEO of Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa.

The University of South Florida appointed Charleita Richardson as executive director of the Florida College Access Network.

Moss Construction veteran Mike Mazza was promoted to president for the firm’s mid-Florida region and will be responsible for all operations in the Interstate 4 corridor, in addition to serving as president for the California, Hawaii and Texas regions, and be responsible for Moss’ National Justice operations.

The Main Ingredient, a local specialty food store, will join the retail lineup at Sparkman Wharf, in Tampa.

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