As the decriminalization of cannabis sweeps through America, the demand for cannabis facilities is on the uptick.
In every U.S. state where cannabis is legal, companies are scratching and clawing to gain city approval and start building.
As such, there’s a cannabis facility construction boom in California, Massachusetts, and Michigan where it seems like new projects are being proposed weekly.
At first glance, these buildings resemble regular manufacturing facilities.
But the truth is that these cannabis facilities are more like research laboratories than anything else.
And there’s an opportunity for those that cater to these facilities.
These structures can be sophisticated and they may require complex plumbing, electrical, security services, alarm systems, POS systems, CCTV, waste collection, sanitization, and HVAC services to name a few.
Because it’s not yet legal in every state, expect cannabis facility owners, developers, and investors to continue building in states where they feel most welcome.
We’re going to be looking at ten facilities that are either being planned or in early construction throughout portions of the nation.
1. Massachusetts Medical Cannabis Center in Freetown, Massachusetts
|Schedule||Work is ongoing and all construction should be completed in late Q2 2022|
|Details||Extraction and manufacturing space. Testing laboratory. Research facility. Training center. Corporate offices. 24-hour security and transportation infrastructure|
|Contacts||Developer – AmeriCann, Inc.
General Contractor – Campanelli Companies
PropertyManager- Bask Cannabis
2. Little Morongo Cannabis Cultivation Facilities in Desert Hot Springs, California
|Schedule||In planning and the developer has requested an extension of use permits.|
|Details||Six new buildings. Total of 96,462 square feet. Mixture of cultivation and processing facilities.|
|Contacts||Developer, Owner- DSH Enterprises, LLC
Engineer- Amir Engineering & Surveying Inc
3. Tradecraft Ventures Facility in Lancaster, California
|Schedule||The project has been recommended for approval by the Planning Commission.|
|Details||122,871 square feet. Space for cultivation and manufacturing.|
|Contacts||Developer, Owner- Calandri Properties/Son Rise Farms|
4. Cresco Cannabis and Medical Marijuana Facility in Ellenville, New York
|Schedule||Cresco Labs have met with local and state officials to discuss the proposed facility.|
|Details||360,000-square-foot cannabis cultivation, processing, packaging and distribution facility.|
|Contacts||Tenant, Cresco Labs LLC.|
5. AT-CPC of Ohio Expansion in Akron, Ohio
|Schedule||Planning, a representative from the city of Akron (OH) stated this project has been approved.|
|Details||two-level 30,000-square-foot expansion of a medical cannabis cultivation facility.|
|Contacts||Owner- Klutch Cannabis|
6. Focus Partners Dispensary in Kansas City, Missouri
|Schedule||Planning, and the project is under review with the Plan Commission|
|Details||Two Phases. 96,680-square-foot building in each phase. Cultivation areas. Processing space. Dispensary facilities.|
|Contacts||Developer – Focus Partners Kansas City LLC
Architect – Yaeger Architecture, Inc
7. SW Bartlett Avenue Cannabis Facility in San Bernardino, California
|Schedule||Planning, the city reviewed the plans for this project.|
|Details||1,757,760 square feet of space in 39 greenhouse buildings.|
|Contacts||Owner- Frontier Communities
Engineer- United Engineering Group
8. Flora High Tech Cannabis Campus in Buffalo, New York
|Schedule||Work on some small greenhouses is underway but there is no schedule for the larger buildings|
|Details||Cultivation and manufacturing space. Distribution center. Research and development laboratories. Extraction laboratory and corporate office space.|
|Contacts||Developer- Zephyr Partners
Architect- BMS Design Studio
Consultant- Roswell Park Cancer Institute
9. Glenwood Plaza Redevelopment in Pontiac, Michigan
|Details||Between 500,000 and 1 million space for medical marijuana development. Cultivation center and growing facilities. 250,000 square feet of grocery and shopping space.|
|Contacts||Developer – Rubicon Capital
Tenant – PharmaCo
10. Sensi Park in Battle Creek, Michigan
|Value||> $100 Million|
|Schedule||In planning, and the developer has purchased the property.|
|Details||Five million square feet. Space for growing and processing. Multi-level greenhouses. Research and development laboratories. Collaboration center and offices. 24-hour security|
|Contacts||Developer, Owner- DB3 Agricultural Solutions|
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