One Liners Sarasota and Manatee: Sixwatch, Shumaker and more
► Rosewood Residences Lido Key, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts’ first exclusively residential offering, released a rendering that reveals its exterior design. (Rendering above)
► Sixwatch, a cybersecurity and IT services firm, acquired Sarasota Support, a boutique technology support organization.
► Willis Smith Construction in Sarasota promoted F. John LaCivita from executive vice president to president of the firm.
► The national law firm of Shumaker announced that the firm’s management committee re-elected Jennifer B. Compton, managing partner of the Sarasota office, as vice chair.
► Sarasota-based Veransa Group named Kevin Dunlap as president and chief operating officer.
► Philanthropist Jean Weiller, through the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, gifted $1 million to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota and DeSoto counties.
► CheapChard and Bling Bling, a private investor partnership local to Sarasota, has purchased a 46,000-square-foot Class-A office building, at 12140 Carissa Commerce Court, in Fort Myers for $9.4 million.
► The Compass by Margaritaville, on Anna Maria Sound, has named Beth Muzik as general manager.
► Centerstone, a national provider of behavioral health care, is undertaking a $4M renovation and expansion of its hospital and addictions center at 2020 26th Ave. E.
► Goodwill Manasota president Donn Githens was elected to the executive board, as secretary, of the Florida Recycling Partnership Foundation.
► Sunshine from Darkness, a Sarasota subsidiary of the Lee and Bob Peterson Foundation, named its first full-time executive director, longtime nonprofit professional Marlene Hauck.
► Social services organization JFCS of the Suncoast appointed Eddie Collins as chief of client services.