One Liners Hillsborough: Bloomin’ Brands, Vector Solutions and more

News announcements from around Hillsborough County

HCA Healthcare West Florida Division announced that a $50 million construction project has begun on the Hospital for Endocrine Surgery, a campus of Memorial Hospital of Tampa, located at 6001 Webb Road. (Rendering above)

Will Weatherford will serve as the new chair of the University of South Florida board of trustees, following his unanimous selection by board members.

Jennie Granahan Tarr

Longtime chief assistant Hillsborough County attorney Jennie Granahan Tarr joined Shumaker Advisors Florida as director of local government affairs.

Douglass Pace, founder and CEO of Stonehill, was elected as the chairman for the Lions Eye Institute for Transplant and Research.

Farley White Interests, a Boston-based commercial real estate investor, acquired Two Harbour Place office and retail building, in downtown Tampa, for $56.35 million.

ForCare Medical Center will be the second facility in the nation, and first in the Tampa area, to offer bladeless, electron-beam therapy for treatment of nonmelanoma skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma).

Vector Solutions, a provider of industry-focused software for training, risk management, workforce management and operational readiness, completed its acquisition by Genstar Capital.

Baldwin Krystyn Sherman Partners, an indirect subsidiary of BRP Group, an insurance brokerage and risk management firm in Tampa, appointed Matt Felman to partner.

Tomlin St. Cyr Real Estate Services, in Tampa, launched Pineapple Insurance.

Rachel Saylor Brown

Guaranteed Rate, a retail mortgage lender, named Rachel Saylor Brown as a branch manager and vice president of mortgage lending.

The Florida Department of Transportation named Tampa International Airport CEO, Joe Lopano, its aviation director of the Year, and Tampa Executive Airport won general aviation airport of the year.

Tampa-based Bloomin’ Brands, which operates several restaurants including Outback Steakhouse, plans to open an Aussie Grill restaurant in Clearwater.

Kristin Johnson, market development director for managed services at Atlas Professional Services, has joined the board of directors for Tampa-based nonprofit Lighthouse for the Blind & Low Vision.

Jeff Dervech, of Dervech Real Estate, arranged the $1.925 million sale of a 3,748-square-foot retail restaurant building at 122 S Howard Ave., Tampa.

NAI Thor Commercial Group, a commercial real estate brokerage firm serving the Gulf Coast and Southwest sections of Florida, revealed NAI Skyway National Partners as its new corporate name.

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