An Arizona real estate company that already operates a pair of medical cannabis business parks says a third is in the works.
Scottsdale-based Zoned Properties has announced plans to build a 47.6-acre business park in Chino Valley, roughly 100 miles north of Phoenix.
The operation will include at least 25 acres dedicated to cultivation and processing, according to a Zoned Properties news release. The other 22.6 acres will be taken up by solar panels and a vineyard, a spokesman wrote in an email to Marijuana Business Daily.
So far, 35,000 square feet are already operational and have been leased to a licensed Arizona MMJ business, the spokesman said.
The park will increase to 250,000 square feet of cultivation and processing space over the coming months as the project build-out continues, and Zoned Properties is planning to lease space to three licensed MMJ growers.
The Chino Valley operation is in addition to a separate 60,000-square-foot MMJ business park in Tempe – which Zoned Properties said in another news release is “more than 50% leased” – and a 35-acre MMJ business park in Parachute, Colorado.