2 Retail Locations and 3 Grow Locations for Sale in Maine. Good Opportunity to enter into a turnkey business.
Established clientele with 4.9 Star review on Google. 4 Properties in Total. Willing to spilt properties up for individual sales. House with 27 acres set up for outdoor grows included.
7 Employees. Very good investment into a recession proof business. Covid has helped are business not hurt in any way. Award winning strains, 20+ proven genetics. Comes with plants in all stages ready to go. Completely turnkey.
Serious inquiries only. Must show proof of funds for detailed information packet although we will field phone calls for questions and send more pictures in needed.
Licensed turnkey Medical Marijuana Grow with medical marijuana processing license for sale. Conveniently located in the central part of Oklahoma and easily accessible by interstate 40. Insulated free span Steel building that is 5000 square feet and is a fully operational grow. Currently built out with Flower, Veg, Clone and dry room. Clone room can hold at least 160 trays with 50 clones each in them. Trays, smart pots 5gal and 30gal, sprayers, foggers, nutrients, mother plants, seeds can all be included. Commercial sinks and stainless steel tables on site. Included are sun system CMH lights and flora flex heads on all tables for watering and feeding all plants from single location in each room. Fans located on both sides of isle, overhead CO2 burner and commercial dehumidifier. This entire place could be automated easily and has the infrastructure in place to do it.
This also includes an additional 6000 square foot steel building with 12 foot sidewalls that is a blank slate. It has new spray foam insulation, electric and fans. We do have lights that can be used in it also.
Buildings are the same address and located out of city limits. There is also 3 phase or single phase electric on site, natural gas, and high speed internet. Currently has control 4 automation throughout both buildings. Speakers and cameras in every building. It has a total of 32 cameras and also a ring camera on every side of the buildings. All cameras are accessible at all times via phone for as many users as needed. It also has a server rack in place with battery backup, a monitored security system and a security fence around the entire property. This property has never had issues with break-ins and has been in operation over 2 years.
We are asking 850,000 for the company and all assets except the real estate and lease the 2 buildings at 5000/month each. We also have room for future expansion on the property. If buyer wants more buildings to lease on site we have the space and can build to suit immediately. Based on past sales of this company, the one 5000 sq ft building can pay back the asking price of 850k within a year. If you have both buildings the company can pay for itself in 6 months or less. We are retiring is the only reason we decided to list it. This property will not last long, please come and check it out you will not be disappointed.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Two more recreational marijuana dispensaries opened in Grand Rapids on Friday, Jan. 22.
The dispensaries, which are the fourth and fifth in the city, both opened at 9 a.m. Friday and are owned by the same company, Detroit-based 3Fifteen Cannabis.
The shops are named 3Fifteen Cannabis and are located at 2900 S. Division Ave. SE and 3423 Plainfield Ave. NE.
“We love our Grand Rapids customers and have enjoyed great success integrating into these wonderful neighborhoods,” said Ammar Kattoula, operations director for 3Fifteen. “I am excited for our future involvement in the city and the many organizations that make it a wonderful place to live, work and play. We can’t wait to introduce 3Fifteen to more people in the Grand Rapids community.”
First time customers will receive specials, including 20% off purchases. This discount also applies to medical marijuana customers making their first recreational purchase at either of the stores. Veterans, as well as people ages 65 and older, receive a 5% discount every day of the week.
The dispensaries, which also sell medical marijuana, will be open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day of the week. Delivery and curbside pickup are available by ordering online at 3Fifteen.com or by calling 833-315-3155.
The dispensaries offer a selection of cannabis products, such as flower, pre-rolled joints, edibles, vape cartridges, concentrates and topicals.
“We are proud to bring exceptional service and a wide selection of fresh, exciting cannabis products to West Michigan residents,” said Tommy Nafso, general counsel at 3Fifteen. “We want customers to be comfortable shopping with us, so we are here to serve whether that’s in person shopping to consult directly with a budtender, curbside ordering, or delivery direct to your door.”
Company officials say they’re committed to hiring local, qualified workers of all races and ethnicities and that they staff a minimum of 30 employees per store working 30 hours per week.
Along with the two Grand Rapids locations, 3Fifteen operates stores in Ann Arbor, Battle Creek, Detroit, Flint and Morenci. Job openings can be found on this page here.
Company officials, in their press release, said they are partnered with the Creston Neighborhood Association (CNA) and West Grand Neighborhood Organization (WGNO) but did not go into further detail.
“We are very fortunate Grand Rapids is a community that has deep roots in business and community partnerships,” Nafso said. “We look forward to our continued support and partnership with both CNA and WGNO, along with others as we put our roots down here.”
Social distancing and face masks are required in store.
The other recreational marijuana dispensaries in Grand Rapids are:
- PharmHouse Wellness at 831 Wealthy St. SW
- Fluresh at 1213 Phillips Ave. SW.
- Michigan Supply & Provisions at 2741 28th St.
Beth Stavola laughs when she recalls the early days of her cannabis career almost a decade ago, landing back in her home state of New Jersey after one of countless trips to her cannabis businesses in Arizona. She lived in a state that had what was widely considered at the time the most restrictive medical cannabis program in the entire country, worked in a state thousands of miles away that had a growing MMJ market and its own risks — and did it all in a country where her entire business was considered criminal. She was blazing new trails as one of the few women in an exciting new industry — but couldn’t openly share her successes with her children and friends.
“It was my dream, every time I landed at Newark,” she says now. “I would say ‘it would be great to have an amazing program in New Jersey to see my friends, family and my fellow New Jersey-ians able to reap the many benefits of medical cannabis treatment.”
Now with New Jersey having approved cannabis for adult (“recreational”) use and expected to see its first retail sales by later this year, Beth Stavola is seeing her dream come true, and then some. In the span of less than a decade, Stavola has gone from a passive investor in Arizona and other states to a true cannabis trailblazer, as the first (and currently only) woman to be awarded a cannabis license in New Jersey. She is currently in court in regards to her abrupt departure from iAnthus (OTC: ITHUF), the troubled management company she joined earlier in 2020 before leaving in August. As a New Jersey court weighs its decision, Stavola looks back at her early days in Arizona and forward at New Jersey adult use and the challenges her home state will face.
From the Jersey Shore to the Green Rush
A self-described “proud Jersey Shore mom,” Stavola has built her career on Wall Street as senior vice president of Institutional Equity Sales at Jefferies New York while raising her six children, including twin girls. It was after the birth of her twins that she decided to retire from Wall Street, while keeping an eye out for other opportunities that looked promising. “I can’t lie, I love to work,” she says. “And I wanted something to keep my mind sharp.
At the time Chris Christie was serving as governor of the Garden State, and while New Jersey did have a medical marijuana program, he made little effort to expand access or even work towards destigmatizing the medicine, referring to it as simply a “front” for legalization efforts.
“Back then it was NOT popular in New Jersey or really anywhere on the East Coast. It was thought of as a California thing or a Colorado ‘experiment,’” says Stavola. But then a deal broker brought her an opportunity to invest in medical marijuana in Arizona, and “I decided to jump in with both feet.”
“My biggest concern back then was discussing this with my children and then how would I be viewed by others. Would I be viewed as the “pot mom” and my daughters would be ostracized because of my new profession?”
In addition to the social risks back home; in Arizona, the risks of working in a federally prohibited industry started to become part of Stavola’s new reality. “These were things that kept me up at night, like the many concerns that the pioneers of this industry had every day, she says.
“Will all of my employees be safe today, given the fact that we can’t deposit any of this cash in the bank? I slept with a phone in my bed for a very long time, for my children (anyone with teens knows that feeling) but also for my other family out in Arizona — wanting to make sure that everyone was able to lock up the stores safely and return safely from work to their families. These were the days where individuals were taking real risks in even deciding to take a job in the industry, whether it was being denied a mortgage for their first home or loan for their first car, to the stigma attached for their own children – the same the way I was feeling about protecting my own family.”
An Accidental Activist
The more involved Stavola became in her cannabis business, she began to see the impact that cannabis medicine was having on the lives of the people she served in Arizona. Veterans and other patients who had been prescribed countless pharmaceuticals (“oxy-everything,” Stavola says) mothers desperate to save their children’s lives — Stavola became more involved in the value of cannabis as medicine. Suddenly, she says, cannabis went from a passive financial investment to the “true passion” of her life. She went on to found Stavola Medical Marijuana Holdings, Health for Life Inc., Melting Point Extracts, GreenMart of Nevada and CBD For Life. By 2017, she had built a multi-million-dollar portfolio, which she sold to a Canadian company later known as MPX Bioceutical and joined the company to run its US operations. It is under a separate WBE entity, MPX New Jersey, that Stavola holds her license to grow, manufacture and sell cannabis that is the subject of the current litigation with iAnthus.
While Stavola won’t discuss details surrounding her tenure and departure from iAnthus or the NJ lawsuit, she does say that the experience, as well as her early days in Arizona, has further informed her understanding of the industry and some of its continuing issues.
“I want to focus on women and minority (owned) businesses being able to successfully participate — not just put forth and then wiped out after the big win: all of a sudden you have a staff that’s fabulous –looks like the model of true diversity — and then having it (become) a bunch of white men in suits. The switcheroo.”
“One of the things that I think overall in the industry that needs to be addressed is that people say, “Oh isn’t cannabis so great, so inclusive to women!” And I say, “well sure, if you want to be a pastry chef or run a trim room. But look in the C-suite of a lot of these big companies, and there’s only one female CEO among all of the big MSOs.”
Looking to the Future of New Jersey Adult Use
In regards to leadership for state cannabis operators, Stavola is confident that New Jersey regulators and leaders are highly motivated to ensure diversity in the new adult use market. With adult use on the near horizon, New Jersey operators will be finding a more competitive cannabis landscape than ever going forward. The adult use bill allows for more licenses to be issued for recreational sales — and Stavola is looking forward to losing her distinction as the only woman license holder in New Jersey cannabis to make way for more women and minority owned businesses to get a piece of the legal cannabis pie.
Moreover, she acknowledges that more licenses are absolutely necessary to meet the demand of the adult use market in a state of 9 million people. “I’ve never been one who’s fearful of competition; I think it’s healthy,” she says.
However, she acknowledges that entry into the adult market must be gradual, and only as long as the medical market’s need can be met. “We can’t as a state be pulling the rug out from medical patients,” she says. Stavola says she has full confidence in the rollout being overseen by Jeff Brown at the NJ Dept of Health. “He’s very thoughtful in the way that he is thinking about rolling this out, and he’ll be front and center.”
On Becoming the “First Lady” of New Jersey Cannabis
Stavola’s cannabis journey came full circle in 2018, when she was awarded one of the current 12 licenses in the state of New Jersey as the only woman owned cannabis business in the state. She says it represents for her the pinnacle of not only her career and accomplishments in the cannabis industry, but also as a mother.
“It brings tears to my eyes now to even discuss, I made my daughters so proud after all the years of feeling that I had to keep my passion somewhat hidden for their protection, Stavola says. “My daughters were so proud to see their mom lead the charge in this industry in our home state of New Jersey for women!. Currently MPX NJ is the only women owned cannabis license in the state of New Jersey and I want to be a huge part of leading the charge for women and minority groups to participate in this incredible industry. I went from shielding my daughters from the stigma and harm that I felt my involvement in the legal cannabis business could create for them to being a role model for these young girls and women looking to become entrepreneurs and BOSSES in this industry.”
Voters approved a measure allowing the legalization of the drug in November.
PHOENIX — The wait for recreational marijuana in Arizona is almost over.
Dispensaries are preparing for the green light from the state, which could happen as early as Friday.
One dispensary was on standby Thursday night, ready to shift its store to a facility selling recreational marijuana for the first time in Arizona.
“We’re ready,” Steve Cotrell with Curaleaf said.
The Arizona Department of Health Services says they have 79 applications they are reviewing to give the potential go-ahead.
Cotrell said Curaleaf has been preparing for months.
“It’s a lot. I think we went from around 2,000 pounds (of marijuana) in a month to more than 7,000 pounds,” Cotrell said.
“Most of our stores are using a multiple of three times in their ordering just to prepare for this,” Bryce Skalla, Chief Revenue Officer with Item 9 Labs said.
Item 9 helps supply some dispensaries in the Valley.
Supply will not be the only change.
Once the state gives approval to dispensaries that are already selling medicinal marijuana, they have to make changes before selling recreationally.
These include child proof bags to labeling and limiting the amount of marijuana.
Cotrell said that will take his business about 45 minutes before they are up and running.
Green House Facility For Sale Muskogee OK – $925,000
This facility features approximately 11,280sqft of Greenhouse Grow Space with approximately 8,760 sqft currently operating as heated and cooled space. The addition of heaters to the remaining grow space could be easily accomplished. The property is situated on 2.91 Acres with potential for expansion within the open lot space and onto neighboring vacant land parcels that could potentially be purchased.
The property is zoned Commercial-2 and is compliant with the City of Muskogee’s regulations for Cannabis Production for Zoning and Site Assessment. The property is currently being utilized as a grow and retail site for garden and potted house plant production, but has been leased in the past for Cannabis Production (Owners are not interested in a lease or lease to purchase agreement at this time unless the down payment is LARGE).
The Greenhouses have been meticulously maintained and are ready for you to move in your top shelf grow operation. The largest Greenhouse features a newly constructed 600sqft built in apartment allowing for on site living. The largest Greenhouse also houses 8×24 Office Space complete with security system and monitors for the full coverage camera system that has been installed on site for peace of mind.
The three larger greenhouses all come with drip irrigation systems already installed with 7 Drip lines in each house that are connected to Dosatron Units that can be remotely controlled for ease of nutrient delivery.
A security fence and electric access gates have already been erected around the perimeter of the property and an access gate with electronic keypad has been installed to maintain privacy and security while remaining compliant with current OMMA regulations.
For Outdoor Grow Space the owners have a 40×120 area that has been fenced and privacy screened within the property boundary as to remain compliant with cultivation regulations.
· Natural Gas Plumbed for Heat
· 3 Phase Available at the Road Front
· Electric Ran to All Houses Currently on Single Phase with exceptionally clean panels everything has been professionally installed. There are two meters on site and more can be added as needed.
· City Water has serviced the needs of the owners for many years without issues at a very affordable rate.
· Cable Available and Internet Wired
The owners are willing to stay on for a negotiated period to help the new owners become familiar with the workings of the property.
This property has huge potential with its central location allowing you to become the main supplier in town with several local dispensaries already in operation. Couple this with less than an hour drive to the center of Tulsa, and 45 Minutes or less to Broken Arrow, Coweta, Wagoner, Bixby, and several other high population areas you are in a prime location for distribution.
For a full inventory of the property’s items and improvements view the attachment to this listing call or email any time. More photos of the interior of the property coming soon, no surprises here the property has been kept in phenomenal condition. Current potted plant operation produces +$300,000 annually in sales. If you are interested in the property do not hesitate to schedule a showing as turnkey properties are in high demand and with growing season starting soon the sellers will become less negotiable as they will have their own orders arriving soon.
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