A marijuana industrial park in Windsor Township, Mich. has sold out of all 10 lots of its first phase of development, totaling 63 acres.

Harvest Park, a planned 130-acre development that will house state-licensed medical cannabis businesses, announced that the adjacent 67 acres are now on sale as part of its second phase.

“Phase One sold out quickly,” Harvest Park managing director Jeff Donahue said in a statement. “We expected to open Phase Two sometime within the second quarter of 2018, and the response has far exceeded our expectations.”

The company bills itself as the largest medical marijuana development east of the Mississippi and says it will create as many as 1,000 new jobs when the fully developed. 

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Mona Zhang ~ Forbes.com

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