Selby Realty Inc. has announced it has completed a long term lease renewal and expansion agreement with Gold’s Gym, 333 W. Granada Blvd, Suite 200. Dwight Selby represented the landlord MDSS Inc.
Gold's now occupies 27,964 square feet in the plaza.
"Gold's has added Unit 230, formerly occupied by a yoga studio, and Unit 240, formerly occupied by a martial arts school, thus increasing their size by 30%,” Selby said.
The plaza is now 100% full. Call Selby Realty at 238-4456.
Attorney named to Easter Seals board
Melissa DeVriese, general counsel at Security First Insurance Co., 140 S. Atlantic Ave., has been elected to serve for the next three years on the board of directors for Easter Seals of Volusia and Flagler Counties. Devriese earned her law degree at Georgetown University Law Center and has served as primary attorney to the general counsel for the Department of Transportation. She has worked with Easter Seals through service with the Junior League.
Realtor in Hall of Fame
Angie Shull, of RE/MAX Property Centre, has been presented with the Hall of
Fame Award, which honors those who have achieved more than $1 million in
gross commission during their career with RE/MAX.
A local real estate professional since 2001, Shull is a designated Seniors Real Estate Specialist and a graduate of the Realtor Institute.
Stewart-Marchman-Act names CFO
Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare has announced that Eric J. Horst has been selected as their new chief financial officer. He has serviced as director of operations at Florida Hospital Healthcare and CFO at the Center for Drug Free Living.
“I have been CEO and acting CFO for just over a year now so it’s great to have
Eric on board,” said Ivan Cosimi, SMA’s CEO.
Daytona Cycle Audio relocates
Daytona Cycle Audio has moved from their former location on U.S. 1 to Destination Daytona near Bruce Rossmeyer’s Harley-Davidson.
Now located at 1647 N. U.S. 1, Suite 101, the company specializes in sales and installation of stereo components and LED's for motorcycles and has working models on display.
Pizza restaurant changes hands
The new owner of Bruno’s Pizza in the Ormond Mall is Marie Chenowith. Known as “Mama Marie,” Chenowith plans to increase the menu selections while continuing to make pizzas with freshly made dough, according to the Realtor, Selby Realty Inc.
Diane Larsen, of Selby Realty, represented the landlord, SPF Ormond Beach Mall LLC, in the rental agreement. Ormond Mall is located at 1254 Ocean Shore Blvd.