One Liners Pinellas: iHeart Media, Tampa Bay Rays and more

News announcements from around Pinellas County

Ciminelli Real Estate Services of Florida completed a 10-plus-year, 13,581-square-foot lease with iHeart Media and Entertainment, at Waterview at Feather Sound, in Clearwater.

Tampa Bay Watch, a nonprofit organization in Terra Verde, named Michelle Yepez as its development director.

Sea Grapes Wine Lounge and Light Fare.

The newly renovated Reef and Reel superstore held its grand reopening for its store, at 3350 Tyrone Blvd. N., in St. Petersburg.

John Barkett and his partner, Julie Featherson, opened Sea Grapes Wine Lounge and Light Fare, at 6390 Gulf Blvd., in St. Pete Beach.

Clearwater-based KnowBe4, a provider of security awareness training, completed the acquisition of California-based SecurityAdvisor for approximately $80 million.

Orlando Health, the parent organization of Bayfront Health St. Petersburg, expanded its Preferred Education program to include St. Petersburg College, which allows Bayfront Health St. Petersburg team members to be able to pursue an associate degree, bachelor’s degree or a certificate at the college at no cost.

Climate First Bank is relocating its headquarters to North East Park, at 182 37th Ave. N., in St. Petersburg.

The Works

The Tampa Bay Rays promoted Peter Bendix to general manager and senior vice president of baseball operations.

The Works, a plant-based café and juice bar, opened at 495 Seventh Ave. N., in St. Petersburg.

Altis Cardinal, a Coral Gables-based real estate firm, closed on the 34-acre Ceridian Office Park, at 3201 34th St. S., in St. Petersburg.

John Stadler, John Barkett and Gordon Crozier established Apogee Real Estate Partners, in St. Petersburg.

Big Storm Brewing, in Clearwater, purchased Bradenton-based Darwin Brewing.

Austin Karrick

Chef Fabio Viviani plans to open his latest restaurant, a “coastal Italian” restaurant and bar, Taverna Costale, at 200 Central Ave., in St. Petersburg.

Austin Karrick, CPR industrial specialist, represented the Industrial Leasing Corp., in the sale of a 15,300-square-foot industrial building, at 3131 Morris St. N., in St. Petersburg, for the full asking price of $1.2 million to Vetted Security Solutions.

Eckerd College president Damián J. Fernández was appointed to the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges Council of Presidents.

Colorado-based Avanti Residential acquired the Artistry St. Pete apartment complex, at 1601 Central Ave., in a $92.35 million deal.

No Comments

Post A Comment