Somerville, MA, has been chosen as the area where Ayr Wellness will conduct its adult-use sales. This retail location will be operated by the leading multi-state, vertically integrated US cannabis leader. According to the announcement, sales began yesterday, with medical sales already established at the site. Ayr expects the combination of the two markets to result in strong demand among residents and visitors to the region.
Sira Naturals Somerville is located specifically at 240 Elm St, Somerville, MA. A strategic location inside bustling Davis Square, home to many of the community’s favorite restaurants and stores. It is also just minutes away from Harvard and Tufts Universities.
Boston is known for being a densely populated city, and Somerville is noted for having one of the highest densities. It is easily accessible by taking the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (“T”) stop at Davis Square. Expansion in the Bay State now includes the recreational-only AYR Back Bay brand, Sira Naturals Needham, serving medical patients, and Sira Naturals Somerville and AYR Watertown, serving both medical and recreational patients and consumers.
“We are excited to add adult-use sales to our Somerville location, introducing our portfolio of high-quality branded products to more cannabis consumers, while continuing to serve our loyal medical patients at this location,” commented Jonathan Sandelman, CEO and founder of Ayr. “We are grateful to our neighbors in Somerville, who have been phenomenal partners since the first day Sira Naturals opened to serve medical patients in 2017. We look forward to further strengthening our place in the community and being a force for good in Somerville.”
Somerville has been a community that Sira Naturals and Ayr Wellness have focused on to create positive change. The company, being a member of the Medical Marijuana Community Benefits Association (CBA), developed a fun and mental health for children and young adults. Ayr remains committed to the tradition of social justice and community service in order to benefit the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.