One Liners Hillsborough: ReliaQuest, Lazydays and more
► Moss Construction, in Tampa, was awarded a $14 million contract to renovate Northwest Elementary School in Hudson.
► ReliaQuest, a Tampa-based cybersecurity firm, entered into a partnership with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that includes its designation as the team’s official cybersecurity partner
►Bank of America is partnering with Feeding Tampa Bay, Metropolitan Ministries, Beth El Farmworker Ministry, St. Pete Free Clinic and Homeless Empowerment Program to provide personal protective equipment, specifically 230,000 masks.
► Aura MedSpa, a division of ForCare Medical Center, opened at location at 15416 N. Florida Ave., Tampa.
► Colliers International represented a student housing developer with the purchase of 1.82 acres adjacent to the University of Tampa at 311 N Newport Ave., Tampa.
► Sparkman Wharf announced The Main Ingredient, a local specialty food store, will join the retail lineup.
► The Godfrey Hotel & Cabanas Tampa named Daniel Barber as the new director of rooms for the waterfront resort.
► Tampa partner Ronald Christaldi has been named the next vice chair of the New College of Florida board of trustees in Sarasota.
► Franklin Street arranged the disposition of a 65-acre development site in South Hillsborough County, where construction is underway on a 492,156-square-foot, Class-A distribution center.
► Hill Ward Henderson, of Tampa, advised Asbury Automotive Group (NYSE: ABG) in its acquisition of 12 new vehicle luxury franchises from Park Place, located in the Dallas/Fort Worth market, with a value of $685 million and acquired revenues of $1.7 billion on an annualized basis.
►Physician Patrick Hwu was appointed as president and CEO of Moffitt Cancer Center, coming from the University of Texas’ M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.
► Skyway Group Private Equity Funds, a Tampa private equity firm, has changed its name to SCP & CO.
► Law firm Quarles & Brady tapped David Cellitti to lead its Tampa office as managing partner.
► The LeClaire-Schlosser Group of Marcus & Millichap (NYSE: MMI), a commercial real estate investment services firm, announced the sale of Extra Space (Managed) Storage, an 83,270-square-foot storage facility, on Fowler Avenue in Tampa.
► Tampa-based brokers Ryan Sampson and Chris Bowers, of ► Eshenbaugh Land Company, represented Seaport Holdings on the sale of a 1.55-acre parcel in the Chanel District of downtown Tampa for $6.4 million.
► HCA Healthcare West Florida promoted Steve Young to chief executive director of Englewood Community Hospital.
► Lazydays, based in Tampa, named Linda Stephens vice president of customer and employee experience.
► Ross Realty Group announced the sale of a 1.64-AC, 20-unit, PD-zoned residential development site, located at 3902 W. Elrod Ave., Tampa for $975,000.
► The Florida League of Cities announced that Nikki Day, of Bryant Miller Olive’s Tampa office, was appointed to serve on the league’s 2020-21 land use and economic development legislative policy committee.
► WC Assets, a real estate redevelopment and leasing firm, released Santorini Square, a 12-Unit mixed-use multifamily redevelopment, to market at $1,200,000.
► CareerSource Tampa Bay is partnering with Leadership Simplified to offer a new one-day Mini-Leadership Development Bootcamp to professionals in Hillsborough County who are looking to enhance, or refresh, their leadership skills.
► The Tampa Bay Lightning Foundation, and the Vinik Family Foundation, donated $400,000 to the Lightning Community Heroes program, presented by Jabil, for the 2020 Stanley Cup Finals.
►Dinsmore & Shohl, in Tampa, expanded its Tampa office with the addition of partner of counsel, Lisa Hodgdon.
►Azad Ratzki has joined BlueGrace Logistics, in Tampa, as chief technology officer.
►Academy of the Holy Names, in Tampa, named Kevin Whitney as the seventh president in the school’s 139-year history.