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.
► 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, 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.
► 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.