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Accounting

SAS 70 Solutions Inc., 1300 N West Shore Blvd., No. 240, Tampa, has been named one of the Best Accounting Firm to Work For in the United States by the Accounts Media Group, publishers of Accounting Today, Accounting Technology, CPA Wealth Provider and Practical Accountant, and host of WEBCPA.com and Best Companies Group. SAS was recognized in the category for 25 to 249 employees.

Financial

Rhonda Holifield and Helen Huntley announce the opening of Holifield Huntley Financial Advisers, 146 Second St. N, Suite 105, St. Petersburg. The firm offers financial planning, investment management and consulting on a fee-only basis, and is a registered investment adviser. Holifield is a former financial adviser with Florida Financial Advisors in Tampa and is a Certified Financial Planner; and Huntley is former personal finance editor of the St. Petersburg Times. The phone number is (727) 823-3801 and the Web address is www.holifieldhuntley.com.

Real estate

Cushman & Wakefield of Florida Inc., One Tampa City Center, Suite 3600, Tampa, announces these lease and sales transactions. Leases: Weingarten Realty Investors to American Air Conditioning Distributors LLC, 51,600 square feet, industrial office/warehouse space, new lease, 1440 Massaro Blvd., Tampa; ARA Properties No. 3 Ltd., c/o PLC, to Blanco Tile Installation Corp., 1,400 square feet, industrial office/warehouse space, new lease, Airport Industrial Park, 5011-C W Hillsborough Ave., Tampa; and to Harper Limbach LLC, 2,000 square feet, industrial office/warehouse space, lease renewal, Airport Industrial Park, 5410 Airport Blvd., Tampa; Wells REIT II – Tampa Commons to Time Customer Services, 69,169 square feet, urban office space, expansion lease, Tampa Commons, One N Dale Mabry Highway, Floors 1, 2, 3 and 12, Tampa; ACP/Pinnacle LLC Renaissance Planning Group, 4,759 square feet, urban office space, new lease, Suite 1010, and to Verticent Inc., 8,591 square feet, urban office space, lease renewal, Suite 2200, both at Rivergate Tower, 400 N Ashley Drive, Tampa; and Anohr Properties Inc. to Alltel Communications LLC, 11,000 square feet, retail shopping center, 8201 N Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa. Sales: RK Real Properties Inc. to Ronald R. Johns and Teresa M. Johns, a 32,000-square-foot industrial office/warehouse, 5210 E Hanna St., Tampa, $1.95-million; Verizon Florida LLC to city of Haines City, 0.12 acres of other land, 520 Oak Ave., Haines City, $18,000; and to Food Wholesalers Inc., 2.339 acres of industrial land, 700 49th St. S, St. Petersburg, $366,786; and Key Developers Group LLC to Channelside PlaceLLC, 233,674-square-foot multi-family complex at The Place at Channelside, 918 Channelside Drive, Tampa, $21.9-million.

Bankruptcies

Chapter 7 Liquidation

Industrial Marking Services Inc., 10830 Canal St., Unit C, Seminole. (8:09-bk-01310)

Bankruptcies

Chapter 7 Liquidation

Industrial Marking Services Inc., 10830 Canal St., Unit C, Seminole. (8:09-bk-01310)

The listed business has filed a bankruptcy petition in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Tampa. Under the code, Chapter 7 filings are for companies whose assets are being liquidated to pay creditors.

Tampa Bay area company news, notes and announcements

02/01/09 [Last modified: Sunday, February 1, 2009 3:30am]
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