Cannabis Grow Facility

Asking Price:
Annual Sales:
Cash Flow:
Inventory: $125,000
FF&E: $800,000
Leasehold Improvements: $868,000
Real Estate: Available For Sale*
Employees: 11 FT
Location: Denver, Colorado
Reason For Sale: Other Business Interests
Licenses: Medical and Recreational (Tier 1) Grow
  *Not Included


This large, state-of-the-art, central Denver grow is just completing a full refurbishment, and is up and running, with almost a million dollars invested in renovations and upgrades. Growing rooms will be filled to capacity by year-end. The staff of experienced growers are producing the best cannabis in Colorado, all to benefit a buyer with the business smarts to grow this business to its full potential.

A total of 15,500 square feet is devoted to cannabis cultivation for the medical and recreational markets, equipped with a fully-automated Dosatron irrigation system and state-of-the art filtration, light fixtures, and over 200 tons of air conditioning. There are 296 double-ended flowering lights in addition to supporting veg and clones lights. The property is served with over 3,600 amps of power, distributed over a mix of 480v, 240v, 208v and 120v. This is a freeway-accessible, central Denver location that offers separate clone rooms, veg rooms, flower rooms, dry room, trim room, and storage.

This opportunity is perfect for an already-established grower who wants to expand their production capacity, or a newcomer who wants to rise to the top of the stack with the most up-to-date equipment around.

Real estate may be available separately.

Represented by Joel Russman. Tell me more about this business.

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