One Liners Pinellas: Stoneweg US, Mutts and Martinis and more

Mutts and Martinis, St. Peterburg’s first dog waterpark and full-liquor bar, is planned for 2900 Central Ave. (Pictured above)

Bonnie Smith was named chief information officer at Tech Data, based in Clearwater, succeeding John Tonnison, who is retiring after nearly two decades with the tech distributor.

Cabot Properties bought property at 12210 62nd St. N., and 12310 62nd St. N. in Pinellas Park, for $26.7 million.

International Title Partners, a title insurance agency based in Clearwater, received the Fidelity National Financial Circle of Excellence Agent Award.

Amanda Ward

MarineMax, based in Clearwater, promoted Amanda Ward to marketing operations manager.

Ernie Garateix was named CEO of Heritage Insurance Holdings, in Clearwater, after Bruce Lucas announced his retirement.

JLL arranged the sale of Gull Harbor, a multifamily condominium property at 17105 Gulf Blvd., North Redington Beach for $55 million.

The Baseball Writers’ Association of America voted for Kevin Cash, manager of the Tampa Bay Rays, who play in St. Petersburg, as the 2020 American League manager of the year.

Stoneweg US, in St. Petersburg, purchased Trellis at the Lakes, a 688-unit apartment complex at 11401 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. N., for $114 million.

Rendering of OCC Road House & Museum

Paul Teutul Sr., of Orange County Choppers fame, and area hospitality executive Keith Overton plan to open the OCC Road House & Museum in St. Petersburg, a new restaurant and attraction based on Teutul’s wildly popular Choppers brand.

Timberland Partners Investments acquired the Isles of Gateway, a 212-unit apartment community in St. Petersburg.

The Crisis Center of Tampa Bay has been selected by AT&T to receive $10,000 in support of its Gateway Contact Center.

St. Petersburg College received a gift from the Hough Family Foundation to provide seed funding needed to grow the school’s nursing, certified medical assistant and patient care technician programs.

Larry G. Swets Jr. was named chief executive officer of 1347 Property Insurance Holdings, in St. Petersburg.

Lizzie Desrosiers

St. Petersburg advertising agency Evolve & Co named Lizzie Desrosiers as a senior brand manager.

Commissioner Dave Eggers was elected chairman and Commissioner Charlie Justice was elected vice chair of the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners for 2021.

Cortland, an Atlanta-based multifamily real estate firm, acquired Bainbridge Bayside, a 360-unit apartment complex at 19355 U.S. Highway 19 N., Clearwater.

AmeriLife Group, a marketer and distributor of life and health insurance and retirement services, acquired American Benefits Exchange, based in Austin, Texas.

John Burpee & Associates announced the sale of the 46th Ave Retail Center, in St. Petersburg, for $735,000.

Marketing Direction, in St. Petersburg, added Thom VanderKlipp as lead strategist and Roy Strunin as lead marketer.

A new coffee shop, The Chelsea, is opening in the Warehouse Arts District of St. Petersburg at 2462 Fifth Ave. S.

Nick Cambas

The Transportation Alliance announced that Florida fleet executive Nick Cambas, owner of United Taxi and Yellow Cab in Clearwater, was elected its president.

The Morton Plant Hospital Association bought a medical office building at 402 Jeffords Street, Clearwater and adjacent vacant land for $1.4 million.

The Portopiccolo Group, a private equity and investment management firm, acquired four nursing homes in Pinellas County for $37.7 million.

St. Petersburg College has new partnership with Mantra Health, which allows students to receive free mental health services through an online platform.

St. Petersburg Distillery is now offering Sunset Gin made with real Florida oranges, peeled and processed in-house, as an extension of the distillery’s Tippler’s Liqueur.

Plasma-Therm, a manufacturer based in St. Petersburg, acquired OEM Group’s dry process equipment business.

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