One Liners Pinellas: Voodoo Brewery, Dynasty Financial Partners and more

News from around Pinellas County

Forward Hospitality Group, based in Cleveland, is planning to open John Boy, a 1970s-themed nightclub at 16 Second St. N., St. Petersburg, in the space that Ringside Cafe previously occupied. (Pictured above)

Stoneweg U.S., a St Petersburg-based real estate investment firm, named Pam Linden as its new executive vice president and chief legal officer.

Voodoo Brewery Co. plans to open a brewpub in St. Petersburg.

The Academy of Country Music announced the nomination of Ruth Eckerd Hall for 2021 Theater of the Year, in the category of industry awards.

Pennsylvania-based Voodoo Brewery Co. plans to open a brewpub, at 220 Fourth St. N. in downtown St. Petersburg.

St. Petersburg-based Dynasty Financial Partners named Sean Lindenbaum as the firm’s director of network development for the southeast division.

Chargebacks911, based in Clearwater, named Robert Hoover, as vice president of business development.

Rendering of Pelican Place.

Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties submitted an offer on the site at 18th Avenue South and 21st Street in St. Petersburg and is proposing to develop a 44-unit affordable townhome development named Pelican Place.

The Sundial shopping and dining complex, at 153 Second Ave. N. in downtown St. Petersburg, was sold for $27.5 million to PV-Pelican Walk, a limited liability company managed by Charles Ernst, vice president and chief financial officer of Safety Harbor-based Paradise Ventures.

Big Sea, based in St. Petersburg, will acquire Sparxoo, based in Tampa, combining its two marketing agencies.

Nikki Bromley

Andrew D. Boltuch joined the medical staff of Bay Area Orthopaedic Specialists in Pinellas County.

Ark Invest founder Cathie Wood has joined the Tampa Bay Innovation Center board of directors.

Nikki Bromley was promoted to vice president of project management for Pinstripe Marketing, in St. Petersburg.

Texas-based Everest Rehabilitation Hospital closed on a six-acre property, in Pinellas Park, where it plans to build a $24 million health care facility.

Chris Aisenbrey, chief human resources officer for Raymond James Financial, in St. Petersburg, was promoted to the firm’s executive committee.

Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties submitted an offer on the site at 18th Avenue South and 21st Street in St. Petersburg and is proposing developing a 44-unit affordable townhome development named Pelican Place.

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