Denver Consulting Group has been working with BlackStar Industrial Properties to build a state-of-the-art cannabis campus, located in Desert Hot Springs, California. The site has over 560,000 sq ft of cultivation space – making it one of the largest in the world, and also features an additional 60,000 sq ft of space for manufacturing and extraction companies.
The complex is named, “Gold Flora Farms,” and the initial Phase One construction will be completed within the next several months.
Gold Flora Farms will offer grow sites and space to premium brands and industry-leading companies. The facility will house growers, producers, processors, testing labs, packaging companies and distributors, all in one complex.
Applications are now being accepted for up to 32 cultivators and 12 manufacturing or extraction companies.
DCG has been a strategic partner in this project, providing a variety of services, including site analysis, cultivation consulting, licensing support, and space development. As the project opens, DCG will remain an integral component in operations, and will offer assistance to businesses that want to get involved, providing a keen understanding of the complex rules and regulations that govern California’s cannabis industry, to make the licensing and startup process easy for tenants.
Denver Consulting Group will be showcasing the property on June 12-14 at the NCIA Cannabis Business Summit in Oakland, at the company’s booth.
For additional information on Gold Flora Farms, or for a lease application, contact Denver Consulting Group, call: 720-890-7344.