One Liners Pinellas: The Clearwater Marine Aquarium, Empath Health and more

Trez Capital, a private real estate lender, funded a $19.05 million construction loan for a boutique luxury condominium project at 400 150th Ave., in Madeira Beach. (Rendering above) 

► AC Hotel Clearwater Beach, a Marriott property, opened at 395 Coronado Drive, Clearwater Beach. 

► The Clearwater Free Clinic named Holly Moon as the director of development and marketing.

► The University of South Florida’s Muma College of Business appointed Gary Patterson to serve as dean of the Kate Tiedemann School of Business and Finance, on the St. Petersburg campus.

Stretch Zone, a stretching franchise, opened a studio, at 327 11th Ave N., St. Petersburg. 

BayCare’s St. Anthony’s Hospital.

Construction firm Robins & Morton completed a four-story vertical expansion and renovation project at BayCare’s St. Anthony’s Hospital, in St. Petersburg. 

The Florida Orchestra added Sara Dodds, operations director at BayCare’s St. Joseph’s Hospital-North, and Yale W. Walker Sr., a financial planner and wealth manager, to its board of directors. 

Woodlawn Townhomes, a townhome community being developed by TRB Development, has been proposed for 2203 16th St. N., in St. Petersburg. 

The Clearwater Marine Aquarium plans to use $3.5 million in state funding to establish a new manatee research and rehabilitation facility.

KT St. Pete Runner and Ally MW filed plans for a two-building, mixed-use project with a residential tower and an adjacent hotel at the southwest corner of Second Street and Third Avenue North, in St. Petersburg.

Sarah Hussain

Achieva Credit Union, based in Dunedin, promoted Sarah Hussain to regional market president. 

The Karol Hotel, in Clearwater, appointed Thomas Parker as executive chef. 

► Charles A. Samarkos, a trial attorney and a partner in the Clearwater office of Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, received the Barney Masterson Inn of Court award.

Marketing Direction, in St. Petersburg, promoted Mark Holland to director of marketing services. 

The Warehouse Arts District Association, a St. Petersburg nonprofit arts organization, named Markus Gottschlich its executive director. 

Lily Rose Jewelry Co. opened at 209 First St. N., St. Petersburg. 

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