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.
► 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.
► 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.
►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.