Tinley Park Restaurant Transformed Into Cannabis Dispensary
Cannabis Facility Construction, a national, full-service, cannabis design-build construction firm, has completed the Ascend Tinley Park dispensary for Ascend Wellness Holdings, Inc. This adult-use cannabis retail project is one of seven Illinois dispensaries CFC has constructed for AWH, including locations in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood and Fairview Heights, Illinois, near St. Louis.
“We are proud to be part of revitalizing a distressed real estate asset by converting a shuttered restaurant property into a thriving cannabis dispensary. This building is now once again bringing economic value to the Tinley Park community,” said Andy Poticha, Founder and CEO of Cannabis Facility Construction.
The new dispensary sits in a standalone property that was once a Chili’s restaurant and sports bar. The 4,900-square-foot space is located at 16200 South Harlem Avenue in Tinley Park, a south suburb of Chicago. The renovation included new lighting, custom-milled wood walls, multimedia display screens, and a custom mural by a local artist.
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