One Liners Pinellas: COhatch, Tampa Bay Times and more

► COhatch, an Ohio-based co-working company, opened, at 15 8th Street N., in St. Petersburg. (Pictured above)

► Adieu-glu, a gluten-free bakery, opened, at 1942 1st Avenue South, next to Pinellas Ale Works Brewery, in the Grand Central District.

Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and Pasco Counties broke ground on 12 single family homes, in Lealman.

► Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and Pasco Counties broke ground on 12 single-family homes, in Lealman, in partnership with Pinellas County and the Pinellas County Housing Finance Authority.  

► The Gulfport Merchants Chamber of Commerce relocated its welcome center, to 5317 Gulfport Blvd. 

► Vegan and gluten-free restaurant HaleLife Bakery shuttered its Clearwater location and will open an expanded concept, at 11270 4th St. North, in the Bayview Shopping Center, in St. Petersburg. 

► Sarasota-based Le Macaron, a French pastry shop chain, plans to open, at 657 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg. 

► The St. Petersburg Distillery launched a 90-proof barrel-aged Honey Spirit and unveiled an onsite bee colony. 

► Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort & Spa received the 2023 Readers’ Choice Award from ConventionSouth, a resource for event planners and industry professionals. 

The Sourdough Co. has leased space, in St. Petersburg.

► The Sourdough Co., a bakery and café that specializes in sourdough breads, cookies, sandwiches and soups, has leased space, at 1113 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg. 

► Digital Twin Marine, a startup that creates digital models of ships, relocated its headquarters to St. Petersburg.   

► Tampa Bay Times, in St. Petersburg, has named Joe DeLuca its president, replacing Conan Gallaty, who will remain as the paper’s CEO and chairman.

► Construction began on the Second District Court of Appeal, at 525 Mirror Lake Drive, near the Pinellas County Clerk of Court and St. Petersburg City Hall, in downtown St. Petersburg.  

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