US (CA): 19 acre cannabis farm to be built in North Richmond

A state-of-the-art cannabis facility is breaking ground in the East Bay. A developer has begun construction of a cannabis mega-campus on the North Richmond coastline, just off the Richmond Parkway.

As he surveyed the windswept piece of land with an amazing view of Mt. Tamalpais in the distance, Richard Treiber could hardly believe his dream is coming true: “This was a vision that I had 4½ years ago, that’s now come to reality,” he said.

Trieber is building Power Plant Park, a 19-acre, start-to-finish facility for the production and sale of cannabis. The ground has been leveled on Phase One of the project and is ready for construction to begin. When it is finished, it will contain 45 large state-of-the-art greenhouses and other buildings to include every aspect of the business.

“In our case, we have the ability, from seed to shelf, to manage the entire process of cultivation, processing, manufacturing, packaging, branding, labeling, and then distribution, retail-wholesale distribution,” said Trieber.


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