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Scalable, wholly-owned licensed cultivation & processing facility in Nova Scotia offers turnkey opportunity at $3,488,000 (negotiable)

Licence(s) Held:

Standard Cultivation, Standard Processing, Sale for Medical Purposes and CRA Excise Licence (Licences currently on hold)


Seeking outright divestiture of the licence, wholly-owned property and “going concern” business for $3,488,000 OBO

  • A wholly owned, purpose-designed, standalone ~43,000  sq ft. cannabis cultivation and processing facility sitting on 5 acres of land in Nova Scotia

  • Facility is comprised of 2 x large grow rooms, 3 x mother/clone rooms, harvesting area, cure room, production and packaging area, grow production/processing control area, secured storage, vault, shipping and receiving area and various office, administration and building maintenance spaces

  • Currently non-operational, facility is fully built and is designed for a hydroponic cultivation system

  • Cultivation production capability for the facility is ~2,000 kgs/annually

  • Facility comes with equipment including trimming and debuding equipment, freeze dryers, milling machine, 3 Rocket boxes for making pre-rolls. It also includes a radio frequency machine for the destruction of pathogens, and a stand-by generator

  • The 43,0000 sq ft building is valued at $125 per sq feet (market price), which comes to $5.3 million

  • Over $2 million spent on equipment and leasehold improvements for specialized cannabis facility build-out

  • There is ample space to bring in more equipment for expanding the production space - e.g. gummies, extracting oils, hash, etc

  • The site has room for expansion to add additional greenhouses/drying/processing buildings or licensed outdoor cultivation space

  • This facility is fully functional and suitable for a buyer looking to start immediately without the long wait for build-out and licensing from Health Canada


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