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Child care center to open in San Antonio

Child care center to open in San Antonio

Prudential CRES Commercial Real Estate is pleased to announce the lease of 5,600 square feet at 36233 Clinton Ave. in San Antonio for a child care center, according to Matt Shaw and Armando Flores, the CRES sales associates who handled the transaction. Betty and Steve Smith have leased the entire building from Real Estate Equity Partners 6, LLC and plan to open the state-of-the-art child care center soon, Shaw said. Prudential CRES Commercial Real Estate is locally owned by brokers Allen Crumbley and Dewey Mitchell.

Shoppes of Wesley Chapel draws takers

Construction has begun and a number of leases have been signed at the Shoppes of Wesley Chapel, a 35,500-square-foot retail shopping center on 3 acres a half-mile north of State Road 56 on Bruce B. Downs Boulevard. Five additional tenants have been announced by the shopping center's developer, Strategic Properties Group, said Craig Weber, general manager of Crown Community Development, which sold the property to Strategic. Crown is also developing the adjacent 3,000-home community of Seven Oaks. The shopping center's shell is expected to be complete in April, with restaurants and stores opening by the summer.

$1.8-million model home on display

Costanza Homes has unveiled a $1.8-million estate model home overlooking the 15th hole of the championship Fox Hollow Golf Course at The Champions' Club, a gated community in Trinity. Called the Summerfield Grand, the 4,565-square-foot model home is in the village of Mirasol. For information, call (727) 372-1202.

Hospital touts new cardiology technology

Community Hospital of New Port Richey on Feb. 19 installed a MUSE Cardiology Information System, a wireless electrocardiograph (ECG) management system. It includes all new ECG carts and the ability to archive ECGs. MUSE receives orders by wireless route and then transfers ECGs back to the Community Hospital system wirelessly.

Health care facilities that have utilized the MUSE system have realized a number of benefits:

• Turnaround time for ECG reports is greatly improved, allowing physicians to make faster decisions and provide better health care.

• Technician time to do the ECGs has been greatly reduced with the elimination of having to return to departments to download data.

• Employee efficiency is enhanced, as they no longer have to match of test results with the original orders.

Realtor recognized for honesty, integrity

Paul Madden was honored in December at the Central Pasco Board of Realtors for being a producing Realtor who exhibits professionalism, honesty and integrity in his dealings with the public. The award also recognizes that the recipient is someone who gives back to the board by serving in leadership roles and participating in board activities. Madden, a 30-year broker-associate and Hall of Fame member with RE/MAX ACR Elite, 14823 North Dale Mabry, Tampa, (813) 961-6000, holds the national designations ABR, CRS, GRI, PMN, and SRES.

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Child care center to open in San Antonio 03/16/08 [Last modified: Thursday, October 28, 2010 9:40am]
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