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By Times Staff
Published September 4, 2006
API(+), 2709 N Rocky Point Drive, Suite 201, Tampa, announces the opening of a new Miami office. API(+) is a multidisciplinary design firm specializing in retail and hospitality.
BAKER BARRIOS ARCHITECTS INC., 100 E Madison St., Suite 100, Tampa, announces that it has been named the architect for the Mona Lisa condominium hotel at Celebration Place, Celebration. The totaling 320,000-square-foot project consists of a five-story building with one- and two-bedroom condominium units, meeting and reception space, an upscale restaurant, outdoor pool, and enclosed courtyard and rooftop observation deck, $46-million.
APPLIED MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION (AMTC), 4091 AMTC Center Drive, Clearwater, announces that the Grape Development Co., parent company of the Grape Restaurant and Wine Sellers, has chosen AMTC to provide SIRIUSBusiness as its restaurant background music.
DOMINION BUSINESS FINANCE, 2111 W Swann Ave., Suite 200, Tampa, announces the opening of an office in Atlanta. Dominion Business Finance provides accounts receivable and inventory financing programs to manufacturers, distributors and select service companies.
THOMAS D. WOOD AND CO., 1700 S MacDill Ave., Suite 240-A, Tampa, has arranged the following financing: for $1.1-million to Broadway Shops, a 21,050-square-foot retail center in Bartow; and for AmSouth Bank, $1.95-million for a ground lease, 33,086 square feet of property, at the northeast corner of S Dale Mabry Highway and W Swann Avenue, Tampa.
SOLOMON TECHNOLOGIES INC., 1400 L & R Industrial Blvd., Tarpon Springs, announces its acquisition of Technipower LLC of Danbury, Conn., a manufacturer of power supplies and related equipment for the defense, aerospace and commercial sectors.
MAGNOLIA REALTY, 13206 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, announces its joint venture with Grandview Homes, New Port Richey. Magnolia will provide the marketing functions and staff the model centers of Grandview Homes with licensed Magnolia agents.
RUBIN REAL ESTATE INC., 15500 Roosevelt Blvd., Suite 301, Clearwater, announces these lease transactions: Carr Rubin Associates LLP to Elite Architectural Products Inc., 7,921 square feet, flex space, lease renewal, 13130 56th Court, suites 609-611, Clearwater; to Concepts Marketing Solutions Inc., 22,900 square feet, flex space, new lease, 13190 56th Court, suites 404-405, Clearwater; and to Force USA Inc., 2,000 square feet, flex space, new lease, 13161 56th Court, Suite 303, Clearwater; Rubin Automobile Boulevard Ltd. to Applied Metal Sciences Inc., 5,400 square feet, flex space, lease renewal, 4740 126th Ave., suites F & L, Clearwater; and to QA Worldwide Inc., 14,325 square feet, flex space, lease renewal, 4740 126th Ave., suites D-P, Clearwater; Tampa Tri-County Owners LLC to Builder Services Group, 4,000 square feet, flex space, lease renewal, 12280 Race Track Road, Tampa; Global Technologies Tampa Inc., 2,000 square feet, flex space, lease renewal, 13740 McCormick Drive, Tampa; the Paul Gillrie Institute, 2,000 square feet, flex space, lease renewal, 1423 Carlson Circle, Tampa; the Davey Tree Expert Co., 5,000 square feet, flex space, lease renewal, 13720 McCormick Drive, Tampa; Intrepid Machine Inc., 9,000 square feet, flex space, lease renewal, 12020 Race Track Road, Tampa; and JNL Woodworking LLC, 4,000 square feet, flex space, new lease, 12202 Race Track Road, Tampa; and Roosevelt Park Ltd. to Abacus Business Computers, 6,125 square feet, flex space, lease renewal, 15301 Roosevelt Blvd., Suite 303, Clearwater.
OPTIVON, 6304 Benjamin Road, Suite 514, Tampa, announces its agreement with Sago Networks, Tampa, to provide hosted telephony services.
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