California marijuana company plans $200 million campus in New York

Ahead of New York’s anticipated legalization of recreational cannabis, San Diego-based Flora California Prime is laying the groundwork to build a $200 million, 1.25 million-square-foot cannabis cultivation, manufacturing and distribution facility on 47 acres of land in Buffalo.

According to Buffalo TV station WKBW, construction on the facility could begin once state lawmakers approve legislation that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to introduce early this year.

To read more about the planned cannabis campus, click here.

3 comments on “California marijuana company plans $200 million campus in New York
  1. DJF on

    Buffalo certainly needs the job growth. Not so sure about the monopoly created by having such a large campus though. I thought they were leaning towards not allowing big money interests in the state, but then again it is NYS, so anything can happen.

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    • John Kramer on

      The State of California told everyone there would be a limit to the size of a grow. Its all BS as
      the state is allowing “stacking” of licenses. Just another rip-off for small growers. Political will does not exist.

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      • George Bianchini on

        John, Say it isn’t so. Not in the great State of California. Oh the horror of it all! I think I need to medicate, twice!

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