About Nevada City and the Sierra Foothills
Nestled in the Sierra Foothills region, and conveniently located one hour away from Sacramento and just 25 minutes from the I-80 corridor -- Nevada County is quickly emerging as an important region in the regulated cannabis industry in California.
Nevada County approved a full cultivation ordinance and permitting process, effectively allowing hundreds of cultivators to participate in the regulated market.
Known for its rich- mineral soils and an environment free of mold and pathogen producing coastal sprays, Nevada County’s unique network of microclimates has allowed cultivators for decades to produce a variety of strains whose phenotypes have been able to express themselves fully in such ideal weather and soil conditions.
Nevada City, the county seat, led the charge in cannabis-friendly policy in June of 2017 and voted to implement a cannabis business ordinance, allowing the following license types to operate in green zones throughout the city:
Manufacturing: Type 6 (non-volatile) and Type 7 (volatile)
Retail - Only one permit
Close to the means of production and to major transportation arteries such as I-80 and I-5, Nevada City is poised to become an important hub of activity for the Northern California cannabis industry.
In addition, Nevada City boasts some of the lowest tax rates in the state:
Lab Properties’ multi-tenant campus in the heart of Nevada City will put Nevada County heritage cannabis businesses on the map while becoming an important change agent for the community at large. The vision is for a vibrant, multi-tenant ecosystem that will transform the 4-acre parcel into a state-of-the-art facility that will empower the local cannabis industry to transition into the regulated marketplace.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to establish your business in a professional ecosystem designed for collaboration and success. Contact Trent at Lab Properties (858)-384-4830 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about Nevada City’s newest state-of-the-art cannabis campus, now leasing.