During these challenging times, the cannabis industry in California has seen sales gains unlike any year since legalization. Many craft-growers are deciding to go legal, considering the challenges of conducting business in an increasingly dangerous black-market. With hundreds of thousands of outdoor and hoop-house grown plants taken offline by recent wildfires, many growers and large farms are now deciding to move operations indoors.
Further, many multistate brands are now looking to expand operations and enter the lucrative California market. These retailers can simply lease space at PowerPlant Park and instantly replicate operations, leveraging state-of-the-art onsite processing, manufacturing and packaging facilities. The Park also provides statewide retail/wholesale distribution.
Canna-investors will find the Park an easy way to invest at arm’s length with substantial ROI.
Tenant buildings are designed and manufactured by Nexus of Colorado, the premier builder of hybrid indoor mixed-light greenhouses in the US. The buildings have been significantly upgraded with the most advanced mixed-light technology available. Internal systems are fully integrated and controlled through a dashboard interface on a phone or tablet, (access from anywhere in the world).
PowerPlant Parks intention is to create a community of like-minded individuals, everyone focused on growing superior craft-cannabis for a vast California marketplace.Distribution Plan Tenant Models
As a leader in the horticulture industry for 50 years, Nexus of Colorado has mastered the design and build of hybrid indoor mixed-light technology. Buildings are custom designed based on the project’s geographic location and are fully integrated with all internal systems managed through a dashboard on your tablet or phone. PowerPlant Park has made significant upgrades to roof panels, feeding management, lighting, environmental control, rolling benches, pest/odor control and more, resulting in a growing environment and approach we believe unrivaled in the State.
Each Unit is home to 1,144 plant-sites producing approximately 1,725 pounds of ultra-premium flower per year. More specifically upgrades and additions were made to the following systems: