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65,000 ft.² cultivation & processing facility on 50-acres producing 4-5,000 KG/yr at sub $1 a gram!

52,000 ft.² custom-designed hybrid cannabis greenhouse, 13,000 ft.² EU-GMP designed processing building and expansive outdoor grow area suitable for high volume cannabis production

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Licence(s) Held:

Previously held Standard Cultivation, Standard Processing and CRA licence


Seeking outright divestiture of the business, wholly-owned facility and equipment for $7 million obo

Listing Details:

  • A purpose-designed, fully built, wholly-owned 52,000 ft.² cannabis greenhouse with 13,000 ft.² processing building tailored to meet EU GMP requirements and outdoor grow area sitting on a 50 acres of land near Niagara region

  • 52,000 ft.² greenhouse is comprised of 12 individual cultivation chambers, each equipped with light deprivation shades covering all flowering areas

  • Processing building is comprised of large drying room, large trim room, processing room, mother and clone room, large secure storage, large shipping and receiving areas, irrigation room, electrical room, and offices

  • The facilities are equipped with a 3000-amp power service

  • Undertaking craft cannabis cultivation – hang drying, hand trimming, etc.

  • The facilities were designed to be expandable – additional greenhouse space and processing building can be added via breezeways attached to the main building

  • Total invested in capital improvements on the customized cannabis build-out and fit-out and equipment comes to over $7.6 million

  • The entire farm and house real estate valuation (i.e. without the cannabis build out and business) is ~$4.5 million

  • There is a 2000 square-foot, newly renovated home, a barn, 200’ x 300’ freshwater dugout, natural gas lines, upgraded power lines, and more

  • Seeking outright divestiture of the licence, wholly-owned facility and equipment for $7 million o.b.o.


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