One Liners Pinellas: Crunch Fitness, MarineMax and more
News announcements from around Pinellas County
► The Crane, a casual steak and seafood restaurant/cocktail bar, is planned for the former Wig Villa space, at 575 Central Ave., in downtown St. Petersburg. (Pictured above)
► Pinellas-based TJM Properties acquired Thrive Coworking, at 136 Fourth St. N., in downtown St. Petersburg, adding to its portfolio of commercial, multifamily, hospitality and senior living properties.
►The Yard Milkshake Bar is scheduled to open at 111 Second Ave. NE., Suite 103, in the Plaza Tower & Courtyard Shops, in St. Petersburg.
► Clearwater-based Pods Moving and Storage named Susan Jacobs chief marketing officer, Opal Perry chief strategy and digital business development officer, Salvador Salazar senior vice president of sales and service and Rich Schwartz senior vice president of corporate operations.
► Bayfront Health St. Petersburg named physician J. Ryan Williams as director for Bayfront Health St. Petersburg Medical Group’s new colorectal surgery department.
► Bayfront Health St. Petersburg also added surgeon John C. Brock and award-winning cardiologist Dennis M. Cassidy to the cardiology department.
► Crunch Fitness opened a St. Petersburg location, at 218 37th Ave. N., in the Northeast Park Shopping Center.
► Texas-based Lurin Capital purchased the Elements on Third, a five-building development, including a 178-unit apartment complex, at 441 33rd St. N., St. Petersburg, from South Florida-based Altis Cardinal and Skyline, for $125.5 million.
► Clearwater-based KnowBe4 entered into a material definitive agreement to acquire California-based SecurityAdvisor, for approximately $80 million.
► Marcus & Millichap announced the sale of Coconut Villas of Dunedin, a 20-unit apartment property located in Dunedin, for $4.6 million.
► Tampa resident Jeffrey Hall was promoted to chief information officer for Hooters Management Corp. and its affiliated companies.
► Clearwater-based MarineMax purchased Texas MasterCraft, a towboat dealer in the Dallas area, for an undisclosed amount.
► A FedEx-occupied distribution center at 1950 102nd Ave., St. Petersburg, sold for $94.5 million to an undisclosed buyer.
► Raymond James Financial will acquire TriState Capital Holdings, a Pittsburgh-based financial services firm with more than $12 billion in assets, for $1.1 billion in cash and stock.
► Trez Capital, a private real estate lender, funded a $29.2 million construction loan for Ocean Club, a boutique condominium project, on Treasure Island.
► Climate First Bank, in St. Petersburg, named Edwina Maxwell senior vice president, chief talent officer and director of diversity, equity and inclusion.
► A multiyear partnership between the University of South Florida Muma College of Business and Tampa Bay Wave is launching the FinTech/X Accelerator, in St. Petersburg, with its first cohort to be selected in 2022.
► Two Graces, a new casual restaurant, opened at 6001 Central Ave., St. Petersburg, and will feature al fresco dining and fresh ingredients from its on-site garden.
► Franklin Street arranged the sale of a newly constructed 16,456-square-foot retail strip center, at 40545 U.S. Highway 19 N., in Tarpon Springs, for $7.45 million, or $452 per square foot.
► The Pinellas Education Foundation named Jessica Blais as vice president of communications and marketing.