One Liners Pinellas: Kahwa Coffee, Bayfront Health and more

News from around Pinellas County

Bayfront Health St. Petersburg plans to demolish a building at 1800 66th St., in St. Petersburg, to build a new emergency room and medical pavilion. (Pictured above)

Raymond James Financial, in St. Petersburg, agreed to acquire Cebile Capital, a private fund placement agent and secondary market adviser to private equity firms.

Amanda Griffin

Amanda Griffin was named executive director of the Children’s Dream Fund, in St. Petersburg.

Paradeco Coffee Roasters opened at 111 Second Ave. NE, in downtown St. Petersburg, in the Plaza Tower & Courtyard Shops.

Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco counties opened its new administrative headquarters near the St. Petersburg/Clearwater Airport, at 14010 Roosevelt Blvd, Suite 704, Clearwater.

Matthew Levy joined Stoneweg U.S. as director of capital markets, in St. Petersburg.

Kahwa Coffee opened a location at 1520 County Road 1, in Dunedin.

The Patrick Brett Foundation donated $100,000 to St. Petersburg College to provide students the opportunity for a second chance through the Fresh Start Scholarship.

Darla Otey

Darla Otey, executive director of Girls Inc. of Pinellas, received the first annual Hero Award from the Pinellas Park Rotary Club.

The Pilates School opened at 2907 Fourth St. N., in downtown St. Petersburg.

St. Petersburg Distillery, at 800 31st St. S., was named Florida Distillery of the Year at the 12th annual New York International Spirits Competition.

IMCS Group, a St. Petersburg company that specializes in mental health treatment for workers injured on the job, changed its name to Ascellus Behavioral Health.

Nueva Cantina is opening a second location, at 5955 Gulf Winds Drive, St. Pete Beach.

Rhonda Fenner was named senior vice president for operations transformation at Amerilife Group, in Clearwater.

David Culligan of Commercial Partners Realty and Jon Slater of Lincoln Property Co. represented Peltz Shoes in the sale of a 60,000 square foot building at 10900 U.S. Highway 19 N., Clearwater, to Private Label Skin Care, for $4.73 million.

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