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Colliers has been hired to market for sale a portfolio of Sunnyside-branded cannabis dispensaries in and around Chicago

Colliers Lists Dispensary Portfolio for Clear Height 

Clear Height Properties has engaged Colliers to sell a three facility, net leased Cannabis real estate portfolio with strategic locations in Illinois. Colliers Chicago EVP Peter Block and his partners Christian Pera and Eric Okleshen are overseeing the disposition. 

The properties are operated by Sunnyside Dispensary, the first national retail brand of Cresco Labs, and are located at 3524 N. Clark St. in Chicago, 1704 S. Neil St. in Champaign and 7943-7959 W. Grand Ave. in Elmwood Park 

3524 N. Clark is in Wrigleyville, 1701 S. Neil St. on the edge of the University of Illinois in Champaign, and 7943-7959 W. Grand is in a northwest suburb of Chicago.  The locations’ intrinsic value will drive the sale.  

“It’s the first time a portfolio with such high-quality properties has been made available,” said Block. “These are all in excellent locations and will be a draw regardless of tenant type.”   


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