NIPTON, Calif. — Now that one of the nation’s largest cannabis companies has bought the entire California desert town of Nipton, a question remains: Will the new owners rename the place Potsylvania? American Green Inc. announced Thursday it is buying all 80 acres of the town whose current owner likes to describe it as being...
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
JANUARY 22, 2014
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - CELL NATION OF GREEN ACRES INC.
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- This cannabis company bought an entire town to create a pot paradise
By Associated Press - Friday Aug 4, 2017
- A New Joint: California Town to Become All-Pot Paradise
Friday Aug 4, 2017
American Green Inc. announced Thursday it is buying all 80 acres of Nipton, and plans to transform it into a 'cannabis-friendly hospitality destination.'
- Carmel Valley home listed for $1.6 million comes with its own dairy farm potential
By Anna Marie Erwert - Thursday Jun 15, 2017
Carmel Valley, with all its charms, offers the rare combination of both a pastoral and coastal setting on the outskirts of one of the most spectacular cities in California. Right in the heart of all this beauty, this vintage home with five bedrooms and five bathrooms is set on 1.2 acres of private land.
- Price Point: $875,000 in Mill Valley
Friday Oct 27, 2017
Light-filled contemporary with cathedral ceilings and expansive views. The home sits near hiking trails, Golden Gate National Park and Tennessee Valley Cove. Decks stand off the living room, kitchen and master bedroom. A gas fireplace warms the living room, while hardwood flooring graces the open space. The kitchen and bathrooms are primed for personalization in this two-story home that resides on a quarter of an acre in the Mill Valley School District. Listing agent: Kathleen Daly, Caldwell Banker, (415) 519-6074, firstname.lastname@example.org; Lisa Lange, Coldwell Banker, (415) 464-3318, email@example.com.
- Walden Monterey offers high-end communal living on 600 acres
By Anna Marie Erwert - Monday Sep 25, 2017
This is the year Henry David Thoreau would have turned 200 years old, should he have lived so long. His legacy, of course, lives on in the heart of any fan of early American literature, and, now, apparently, in a new luxury housing development on the Monterey Peninsula. Walden Monterey is a 600-acre, tree-covered hillside property
- In Sonoma, a resident returns to find 19-acre property wiped out by fire
By Catherine Ho - Saturday Oct 14, 2017
“Everything’s gone, Deb,” Kevin Trainor told his wife over the phone as he stood in the middle of the 19-acre property that had been in his family for half a century. Gone was the house that Trainor’s 84-year-old cousin, Janet Parker, lived in from the 1960s until she moved to a residential care home in 2010. Trainor had been taking care of the place on Wood Valley Road, just east of Sonoma, ever since, letting his dogs and cats roam the wooded grounds. Gone were the 20 vintage motorcycles that Trainor had been restoring there: a Harley-Davidson and a few Yamahas and Kawasakis. The sliding glass doors of the garage that once housed them were a hardened puddle of melted green glass on the charred ground.