When the construction project in Bath Township is completed, the township could have its first cannabis retail, processing, and grow facility, a new diner, and more. The project has a roughly $14 million budget and will consist of approximately 90,000 square feet.
Jeff Deehan, a local real estate developer and principal of Dymaxion Development and Urban Systems, said the site will have 656 self-storage units, a diner, drive-thru coffee, and a cannabis retail, processing, and grow facility. Crews are moving dirt and erecting steel structures for phase one and the project is expected to be completed next year.
“They hope to be open in the spring,” Bath Township Supervisor Marie Howe said. She also stated that the Bath Township facility's construction is moving along and the hope is this economic development will add to the township's growth.
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