Ayr Wellness completes relocation of Dania Beach cannabis dispensary

Ayr Wellness completes relocation of Dania Beach cannabis dispensary

The cannabis company moved one of its Florida stores in order to draw more traffic

In order to continue to offer an elevated experience to its huge patient base, Ayr Wellness has announced the opening of its relocated store in Dania Beach. The leading multi-state cannabis operator in the US continues to grow its footprint as the demand for medical cannabis continues to grow exponentially.

Located at 222 N Federal Hwy, Ste. 103, Dania Beach, FL, the new store is conveniently close to the previous location and just minutes away from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. This strategic location will provide the store with a large number of visitors, ideal for increasing the company’s overall sales.

Jonathan Sandelman, founder and CEO of Ayr, said he and his team are extremely excited to have a presence in Dania Beach, especially since it is an area where the company has received strong support from local patients. Patients from the old location, and the new ones that are expected to be attracted, will find a much higher quality retail experience, in addition to a newly introduced range of products and brands.

“The new location is indicative of the improvements we continue to make in our Florida operation, which includes our 50 retail locations and our suite of branded products,” added Sandelman. With more than 2,000 square feet of retail space, the new store will offer customers a diverse menu ranging from Kynd premium whole flower, Walking Stix pre-rolls, Entourage vapes to Secret Orchard vapes, distillates and groceries.

Following the acquisition of Liberty Health Sciences last year, Ayr made the decision to relocate its headquarters from New York to Miami, a clear indication of the company’s commitment to the region. Since then, Ayr has continued to open new stores, expanding its retail footprint by more than 60%. This has led to the company employing more than 745 people across the Sunshine State in corporate, retail and production roles.