One Liners Pinellas: John Hopkins Medicine, Minor League Baseball and more

News announcements from around Pinellas County

St. Pete’s Development Review Commission approved plans for a mixed-use development planned at 4311 34th Street South, in the Skyway Marina District, which includes a multifamily building, a self-storage facility a food bank and a restaurant. (Rendering above)

Broker Scott Clendening of Commercial Partners Realty represented BridgePoint Church in the sale of an 11,312 square foot office building, located at 6735 Crosswinds Drive, in St. Petersburg, for $2.25 million.

The Florida Green Building Coalition, a certifier of green residential and commercial construction, land developments and local governments, opened a new office at 222 Second St. N., in St. Petersburg.

Alicia Schulhof

Johns Hopkins Medicine named K. Alicia Schulhof as the new president of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, in St. Petersburg.

Michael Williams was named chief marketing officer for KnowBe4.

Candid, a clear-aligner provider and an orthodontist-directed telehealth company, is opening a Candid Studio at 333 Third Ave. N., St. Petersburg.

Northwestern Mutual named Kacee Howes as managing director of its St. Petersburg office and Nikki Stokes as managing director of its Clearwater office.

Pure Martini Bar

Pure Martini Bar, a restaurant and lounge hybrid, will open at 160 16th St. N. in St. Petersburg.

La Segunda Bakery & Café will open its third location, at 2436 Fourth St. in the Holiday Plaza, St. Petersburg.

The Karol Hotel appointed Tyler Nelson as its executive sous chef.

The Alta Gateway apartment complex, at 9505 49th St. N., in Pinellas Park, was sold to Cortland, an Atlanta-based real estate investment and management company, for $78 million.

Preserve the ’Burg named Manny Leto as its executive director.

Kimley-Horn filed a permit application to build a Krispy Kreme restaurant, at Tyrone Square Mall at 6901 22nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg.

Franklin Street arranged the sale of Osprey Pointe Apartments, a 517-unit, multifamily community in St. Petersburg, for $56 million.

Minor League Baseball sold its headquarters at 9550 16th St. N., St. Petersburg, to Baltimore-based Premier Rides in a $2.35 million deal.

Central Plaza in St. Petersburg

Franklin Street arranged the sale of Central Plaza, a 19,016-square-foot, fully occupied shopping center, in St. Petersburg, for $5.1 million.

AmeriLife Group, a national life and health insurance and retirement planning company, added Greg Etchison as vice president for Medicare supplement and specialty health.

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