One Liners Pinellas: Hotel Zamora, Marina Club Apartments and more

Construction has begun for an apartment building at Echelon City Center, a master-planned development, in the Carillon business park of St. Pete. 

Cushman & Wakefield, a commercial real estate services firm, arranged the sale of Bay Vista Gardens I and II, a single-story flex five-building office portfolio, in Clearwater, for $18 million. 

Mirth Collin

Mirth Collin joined MarineMax, based in Clearwater, as director of learning and development.

Pinellas County leaders launched the Mental Health for Heroes Foundation to help first responders, and their immediate family members, recover from grief and trauma by paying for counseling and other mental health services. 

John Burpee, president of John Burpee & Associates, represented both the buyer and seller of the ProSun International Building, at 2442 23rd St. N., St. Petersburg. 

The Hotel Zamora, on St. Pete Beach, was sold to George Sherman, of Minneapolis-based development and property management firm Sherman Associates, for $34.65 million. 

St. Petersburg’s city council approved Alexan 1,700, a seven-story mixed-use development planned for the 1700 block of Central Avenue downtown. (Rendering above)

Key International, an international real estate development and investment firm, acquired an approximately 39-acre site, at 12000 Gandy Blvd., in St. Petersburg, for the development of a waterfront mixed-use community. 

The Department of Veterans Affairs has named David B. Isaacks as the new director of the St. Petersburg-based Veterans Integrated Service Network. 

Skanska was selected of the construction for the $111 million Marina Club Apartments project.

General contractor Skanska was selected of the construction for the $111 million Marina Club Apartments project, a 400-unit, mixed-use development near St. Petersburg’s Skyway Marina, and expected to be completed in December 2024.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital named Cassandra Josephson as director of the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Institute, in St. Petersburg. 

A 330-unit mixed-income apartment community coming to Sixth Street South, being developed by Stoneweg U.S., just east of Lake Maggiore in south St. Petersburg, has landed a $50 million construction loan from First Horizon Bank. 

Natural Smiles of Tampa Bay, a holistic dental practice currently operating in 860 square feet in Pinellas Park, will soon relocate to a 4,440-square-foot office in St. Petersburg’s Mirror Lake neighborhood. 

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