Proposed Bloomfield cannabis dispensary projects $3.5M in annual revenue; hearing continued to February – Hartford Business Journal

A social equity license holder who is seeking approval to operate a cannabis dispensary in Bloomfield will have another month to submit information to the Town Plan and Zoning Commission.

Mark Christie, a Bloomfield native and founder of FRC Holdings, presented his plan during a public hearing Thursday night. FRC stands for Four Rivers Cann.

FRC plans to convert a former beauty salon at 12 Seneca Road into an adult-use dispensary. The 2,416-square-foot space is sandwiched between Seneca Road and railroad tracks, near the intersection with Route 178.

FRC has an agreement to operate the dispensary with Killingworth-based Oxford Group LLC, which would acquire the property from the current owner, MCLAD LLC. 

Oxford Group applied for a special permit on behalf of FRC.

The dispensary would be Bloomfield’s as well as FRC’s first.

FRC is also looking to establish a cultivation facility and a lab facility in other towns, and to acquire a dispensary in Cromwell. The company has $12 million in debt financing, Christie said.

The proposed dispensary projects sales of about $3.5 million per year, which would result in over $100,000 a year in tax revenue to Bloomfield.

It would be open six days a week, from 9

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