Emerald Coast News for November 2, 2022

Wednesday, November 2, 2022   /   by Cj Hays

Emerald Coast News for November 2, 2022

29 Artists will be splitting $10,000 from The Mattie Kelly Arts Foundation.  The Mattie Kelly Cultural Arts Village off Airport Rd. filled up with vendors Saturday and Sunday for the 27th annual Festival of the Arts. The Mattie Kelly Arts Foundation held the fall festival welcoming hundreds of residents and spectators to shop and admire local artistry. Read more here.

Panama City Beach is developing a new plan for transit and parking. Mayor Mark Sheldon says he believes adding more parking is crucial for the Beach. He and other members of the City Council last week approved a $153,000 work order with the Corradino Group for the development of a parking and mobility plan to go along with the Front Beach Road Community Redevelopment Area Plan. Read more here.

Stiles Corp. and its partners sold Monarch Town Center, a Publix-anchored shopping center in Miramar for $61.54 million. Miramar Investment Partners LLC, a partnership between Fort Lauderdale-based Stiles Corp. and Ponte Vedre Beach-based Ferber Co., sold the 150,426-square-foot retail center at 12503 to 12681 Miramar Parkway to Monarch Town Center Owner LLC, care of Newark, New Jersey-based PGIM Real Estate. Professional Bank provided a $33.5 million mortgage to the buyer. Read more here.

Fleetwood Covington named Executive Chef at Seagar’s, Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa in Miramar Beach. Northwest Florida's all-encompassing destination resort, Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa, names Fleetwood Covington as the new Executive Chef at the onsite Seagar's Prime Steaks & Seafood. In his new role, Fleetwood will oversee all aspects of the AAA Four-Diamond steakhouse's culinary initiatives to ensure consistency in presentation and quality of all dishes. Read more here.


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