Oakland Delivery Business For Sale (Oakland, CA)

This is a great opportunity for someone that is looking to enhance their statewide cannabis delivery footprint in Oakland, Alameda County (Population 1.5mil). Owner is looking to sell their delivery business which has its local and state approval. The delivery has a kiosk in a CBD Store, which allows patients and consumers to order cannabis products from the business and have it delivered. The business has only been in operation for a few months and is averaging $15k/month in gross sales.

Cannabis Businesses have been labeled as essential businesses back in March, meaning that the Department of Public Health clarified that Cannabis has medical uses, allowing all cannabis businesses to remain open.

Delivery Details: 

  • Space: 1,000 SqFt
  • Lease: Long Term Lease In Place
  • Parking Spaces: 3
  • Uses: Recreational & Medicinal
  • Employees: 5
  • Monthly Gross Revenues: $15k/month avg

Licenses: 

  • Retailer Non-Storefront License- Sells and delivers cannabis goods to customers. A Retailer (Non-Storefront) must have a licensed premises, but it is not open to the public.

Why Delivery? 

Whether you are brand new to the cannabis industry or looking to get in the industry but want the lowest risk, the easiest way to learn the ins & outs of owning a cannabis delivery service is the best way. It is almost the same as running a dispensary storefront but with much less overhead. Many storefronts face external challenges from the cities they operate in, neighbors who complain of the odor or the constant foot traffic that disrupts the neighboring businesses or residences and extremely high rent prices. One of the major benefits of having a Delivery company is that they are not limited to a radius confined to their city or county. Delivery companies can reach customers beyond its city and county through a loophole in state law that permits marijuana deliveries even in cities and counties that have otherwise banned the industry!

Asking Price: $250,000.00 (Seller Open to Offers) 

Must sign an NDA/Waiver and have proof of financials before any other detailed information is released. This listing is Fully Exclusive only by Green Life Business Group, Inc.

Green Life Business Group, Inc DRE CA LIC# 02061374

Eric Espinoza, DRE LIC CA# 02077927

If you have any questions Call Eric at (858) 245-6324

Or Email : eespinoza@glbgroupinc.com

Inkster, Michigan – 2.91 Acres -30,200 SF – Class C Grow & Processing- FOR SALE/FOR LEASE

-For sale or build to suit for lease.

-Municipally approved with Medical and Recreational Class C Grow and Processing Licenses included.

– Municipally approved plans included in sale/lease.

– Build up to 30,200 square feet on 2.91 acres.

– Zoned M-1 (Light Industrial).

– Safe and secure property, located adjacent to Inkster City Hall and across from the Inkster Police Department.

– Contact brokers for development requirements and restrictions for marijuana facilities in Inkster.

– Utilities at the site, including 2000 amp electric service.

My Best Medical Marijuana Stock for 2021 @themotleyfool #stocks $TCNNF

Nearly every cannabis company with big ambitions is involved in the medical marijuana segment, given its relatively high margins.

One company in particular, though, has more potential than the rest, according to veteran Motley Fool contributor Eric Volkman. He reveals his medical marijuana stock pick for 2021 in this conversation with Cannabis and Healthcare bureau chief Corinne Cardina Jurney during Motley Fool Live, recorded on Dec. 22.

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Corinne Cardina: Let’s talk about what you think the best medical marijuana stock is for 2021.

Eric Volkman: I like Trulieve (OTC:TCNNF). Trulieve is, basically, a comprehensive medical stock that’s based in Florida and it has made a lot of inroads into that market. I don’t know if it’s No. 1 in Florida, probably, but its got pretty strong market share into the double digits. It seems to constantly be opening dispensaries throughout the state.

Keep in mind Florida is a big state. Also, parts of it skew older in terms of demographics, the kind of demographic that would probably be more either inclined, or requiring of, medical marijuana and even while they are expensive and they are eager to build out their footprint, they haven’t been careless about it, they haven’t overpaid for assets that they bought. They’re doing it in, what I would characterize, as a steady and sensible way, and that market still has room for growth.

Also the South isn’t really a hotbed of marijuana legalization, that might be changing. We were discussing just before the Green Wave, which includes Mississippi which is not that far from Florida. That could maybe help trigger a mini-Green Wave in the South, and if so Trulieve might be poised to take advantage of that.

Neighboring places like Georgia, for example, could also be a pretty good market. Particularly in cities, in urban areas where demographics skew younger and I think there’s more of a receptive audience and potential customer base for their services. So Trulieve is something that’s worth keeping an eye on.

Of course, they’re subject to the challenges and limitations of every marijuana company. But they are handling this pretty well and they’re a little bit low key, a little bit under the radar. They haven’t as far as I know, indicated any plans or any shift in strategy to build out from Florida, but I’m sure they’re at least considering it. That’s the stock worth watching, I think that’s a stock that is going to do relatively well [in 2021].

Make room for legal cannabis on the Democratic agenda once Biden is sworn in

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Sure there’s the second impeachment of outgoing President Donald Trump, and a new coronavirus stimulus bill to pass, and efforts to combat the pandemic and expand vaccinations, and an entire Cabinet to confirm, and perhaps bipartisan infrastructure legislation to pass.

But with Joe Biden taking the oath of office as president on Wednesday and Democrats poised to control both the House and the Senate, efforts to remove the federal ban on marijuana will be on the agenda as well.

“While it is likely that the first days of the executive and legislative agenda will be consumed by the emergent matters of the times, cannabis reform at the federal level provides a uniquely unifying opportunity for these disparate voices to coalesce and create a positive change,” said Charles Gormally, co-chair of the cannabis law practice at Brach Eichler in Rosedale.

Three marijuana bills passed the House in the last Congress, but the Senate refused to take them up. Now Chuck Schumer, the New York Democrat who has introduced his own cannabis legislation, will be setting the agenda rather than Mitch McConnell, Kentucky Republican.

“We appear to remain on track to federal descheduling,” said Nathaniel Gurien, chief executive of Fincann, which helps provide financial services to legal marijuana businesses. “Fasten your seatbelts, everyone.”

Providing fuel for the effort are the ever-increasing number of states, including New Jersey, that have fully legalized cannabis. Almost one-third of the Senate – 30 senators – now come from states that allow recreational weed.

More importantly, six are Republicans, and just like former U.S. Sen, Cory Gardner of Colorado, they will face pressure to represent their constituents’ views and team up with the Democratic majority to end the federal ban on marijuana and leave it up to the states.

The big prize is the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act, or MORE Act, which passed the House last December. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris was the lead Senate sponsor of the bill in the last Congress.

The measure would decriminalize cannabis on the federal level, require federal courts to expunge prior nonviolent marijuana convictions, and tax cannabis to help communities hardest hit by the war on drugs, fund job training programs, and provide loans to minority-owned small businesses seeking to enter the cannabis industry.

Though the Senate never took it up, the historic approval by the House was “a huge step forward for the movement.,” said Jeffrey Zucker, co-founder and president of Green Lion Partners, a cannabis strategy firm.

“It shows that there is a clear understanding now amongst legislators of the terrible harms that have been caused by the drug war and the need to end the absurdity,” Zucker said.

This story first appeared in NJ Cannabis Insider.

Jonathan D. Salant may be reached at jsalant@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @JDSalant.

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85,000 sq. ft. FULLY EQUIPPED TURNKEY GREENHOUSES, Syracuse, New York

High capacity and expandable utility services…

Modern automated equipment & conveniences…

2 miles to Interstates “Cross Roads of NYState”…

Qualified experienced facility manager available…

Be producinging immediately upon NYS approval…

1st class construction 2000 – present…

Ongoing working production, growing, cultivation facility…

84,752 +/- ft.² covered space…

43,000 ft.² glass production space…

22,000 ft.² support area…

1440 ft.² walk-in cooler…

Concrete floors… 

All Real Estate Taxes under $10,000…

400 amp 3 phase plus unlimited transmission at street…

28,000 BTUs natural gas supplied via 4” service…

4 inch water line…

Municipal sewer… 

Pure consistent inexpensive municipal water supply…

Custom built manager’s office/residence…

Buildings engineered to local building codes at times of recent construction by leading US greenhouse manufacturer…

Over 3 acres of ready to build area…

Buffered property areas on all sides…

Set well back from roadway…

Additional adjacent property available…

No site approvals site prep or construction needed in current production use for vegetables herbs and ornamentals…

Four 10’ x 12’ overhead doors…

Greenhouse can be equipped to use as hybrid grow or sealed condition space grow house…

Supporting production equipment available…

Stamped plans available… 

Detailed specifications available…

Experienced support for modifications and future expansions available….