One Liners Pinellas: Amazon, Big Storm Brewing and more

News announcements from around Pinellas County

Bolay Fresh Bold Kitchen is opening a location, at 1330 Fourth St. N., St. Petersburg.

Megan Wessel, of St. Petersburg, was awarded the American Cancer Society Partner of the Year Award by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network in recognition of her efforts to help make cancer a national priority.

Sab Sushi will open at 364 First Ave. N., St. Petersburg, a new restaurant concept from the owners of Sab Café, at 111 Second Ave. NE, and Chopstick Express, at 3946 Fourth St. N.

Big Storm Brewing Co., of Clearwater, donated approximately $20,000 worth of hand sanitizer to Hillsborough County Public Schools, to help keep students, teachers and staff safe in the classrooms and on campus.

Big Storm Brewing Co., of Clearwater, donated approximately $20,000 worth of hand sanitizer to Hillsborough County Public Schools, to help keep students, teachers and staff safe in the classrooms and on campus.

Amazon broke ground on its 40,000-square-foot delivery station being built at 6101 45th St., Pinellas Park.

Common, a New York-based property management firm, was hired to manage the Wayland, a 481-unit multifamily property, at 305 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. S., St. Petersburg.

PARC, a provider of opportunities for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, named Michelle Detweiler as president and chief executive officer.

The Tampa Bay office of CBIZ MHM moved to a larger office space at 140 Fountain Parkway N., Suite 410, St. Petersburg.

Catalina, a St. Petersburg marketing firm, named Stacey Hawes, a former Epsilon executive, as chief revenue officer.

Marcus & Millichap, a commercial real estate brokerage firm, announced the sale of Coconut Villas of Dunedin, a 20-unit apartment property located in Dunedin, for $4.575 million.

Clearwater-based PODS Enterprises, owner and operator of PODS portable moving and storage, added Susan Jacobs as chief marketing officer, Opal Perry as chief strategy and digital business development officer, Salvador Salazar as senior vice president and Rich Schwartz as senior vice president of corporate operations.

Sixty90

St. Petersburg’s Development Review Commission approved plans for Sixty90, a multi-family development proposed for 6090 Central Ave., in St. Petersburg.

ARK Investment Management, led by Cathie Wood, closed its New York office and is relocating its corporate headquarters to 200 Central Ave., St. Petersburg, and will launch the Ark Innovation Center, a talent incubator, that will be built and owned by Pinellas County, in partnership with the Tampa Bay Innovation Center.

The Cordova Inn, a historic boutique hotel in downtown St. Petersburg, is set for an expansion that will expand the hotel from 32 to 94 rooms, while adding a restaurant, and a rooftop bar and pool to the property.

Clearwater native Nathan Weatherilt was promoted to chief financial officer of Hooters Management Corp. and its affiliated companies. 

Canterbury School of Florida, in St. Petersburg, completed an additional building to its Hough Campus, after months of renovations by architect WJArchitects and builder WJCreate.

Trez Capital, a private real estate lender, funded a $21.49 million construction loan for a bayside condominium project just steps from Clearwater Beach.

Spoor Bunch Franz, an accounting firm in St. Petersburg, plans to merge with Dwight Darby & Co., a Tampa accounting firm, effective Jan. 1.

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