On today’s podcast, we visit the new Viola flagship cannabis retail operation near the old Boblo Boat docks.
Viola, owned by NBA veteran Al Harrington, is a national cannabis company that’s going to invest up to $10 million in the space, with a goal of creating more than 60 jobs as he rolls vertical integration into the facility.
We sit down with Harrington on the podcast and get an idea of what’s in store. Have a listen in the player above.
Here are some pictures from the opening:
The store is located at 4473 W. Jefferson Ave Suite B, Detroit MI 48209.
Also, we cover some interesting stories around town in our headlines section:
I-75 reconstruction is delayed between the weather, project additions, and a bad concrete mix that will have to be redone.
The Detroit demolition bond proposal is dead through the spring.
The aftermath of slain Detroit Police officer Rasheen McClain is getting messy, and it includes an allegation of the Chief’s signature being forged.
Detroit buses are getting upgrades. New fareboxes, and a set of new bus shelters.
A train has been idling in Bloomfield Hills for days. It should be moving soon with the resolution of a strike in Canada.
And, WPP, the largest holding company of creative firms in the country, is taking over the old Marquette Building across from the TCF center. It was built in 1905 and will now be home to 1,000 workers that serve Ford.
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