One Liners Pinellas: HMC Hospitality Group, Raymond James Financial and more

News announcements from around Pinellas County

Sweetgreen, a Los Angeles-based fast-casual restaurant, signed a lease, at 1114 Central Ave., in St. Petersburg’s Edge District.

St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch appointed several members to run his team including Stephanie Owens as deputy mayor and chief of policy, Janelle Irwin Taylor as communications director, Tom Greene as interim city administrator and Doyle Walsh as a senior adviser.

St. PetersBARK signed a lease for a second location.

St. PetersBARK, a natural pet market in St. Petersburg, has signed a lease for a second location at 3001 Central Ave., in the Grand Central District.

Stoneweg US, a real estate investment firm specializing in multifamily acquisitions and developments, acquired Waterview Echelon City Center Apartments, a 226-unit, high-rise apartment complex located in the Carillon Business Park area of St. Petersburg.

St. Petersburg’s Flying Boat Brewing sold its production facility, at 1776 11th Ave. N., to Tampa’s King State Brewing and will now be called Brutalist Brewing.

Elizabeth Gelman, former CEO of the Florida Holocaust Museum, has joined Creative Pinellas as the arts support organization’s interim gallery director.

HMC Hospitality Group, based in Clearwater and operator of 22 Hooters restaurants and five Hoots locations, promoted Leah Roberts (L) to vice president of marketing and brand management, Robyn Friedman (C) to senior marketing manager and Lesley Price (R) to community liaison, in Tampa Bay, and will continue her role as director of first impressions. 

Flip Crepes and Waffles, a new French-inspired dessert cafe, is planned to open at 625 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.

B2 Communications named Rachel Pratt its public relations director.

Fort Lauderdale-based Southeast Property Group bought an apartment community, at 4355 84th Ave. N. in Pinellas Park, for $11 million.

OriginClear, a Clearwater-based company that specializes in modular water-treatment systems, named Andrea d’Agostini as president and chief strategic officer.

St. Petersburg-based Raymond James Financial completed the acquisition of United Kingdom-based Charles Stanley Group. 

Bayfront Hospital St. Petersburg named Sarah D. Gilbert its chief operating officer and assistant vice president.

Jeff Dervech, of Dervech Real Estate, arranged the $4.5 million sale of the Village Inn property, located at 2525 Gulf to Bay Blvd. in Clearwater, to Raising Cane’s Restaurants.

Black Cattle Burger Company will open at 17 Third Street N. in downtown St. Pete.

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