Sol Flower—A New Dispensary Retail Concept




Copperstate Farms Management LLC has opened two Sol Flower dispensaries. One is located in Tempe at 1322 North McClintock Drive, while the other, a new dispensary retail concept, is at 13650 North 99th Avenue, in Sun City. 

Designed to serve Arizona’s diverse demographics, Sol Flower showcases a thoughtfully curated product mix. Medical cannabis patients will have access to craft flower, premium concentrates, full-flavored edibles, industry-leading vape pens and cartridges, and high-performance tinctures and topicals. Featured brands include award-winning Moxie Concentrates, Item 9 Labs, and Good Things Coming. 

“Sol Flower Tempe will be a resource for patients to explore alternative health care and tap into our team of dedicated wellness experts,” states Allie Marconi, director of marketing for Copperstate Farms.

The mixed-use dispensary complex in Sun City is designed to be an inclusive community hub, and is the first of its kind in Arizona to have an adjoining classroom and café accessible to the public.

Sol Flower offers educational courses for the general public covering a full spectrum of healthcare topics at its multi-purpose classroom. A hub for mindful communication and knowledge cultivation, class curriculum includes cannabis 101, medical cannabis for senior health, a guide to essential oils, and more. Additional classes will focus on mental, physical and spiritual rejuvenation, such as yoga, demystifying meditation, cooking with cannabidiol (CBD), and mindfulness training.

“The Sol Flower vision is to empower wellness for all,” states Director of Patient Services Jane Fix, who will lead the curriculum. “At our Sun City location, residents can access resources on healthcare alternatives, interact with medical cannabis experts, and participate in physical activities, such as yoga, meditation, and even cooking with CBD classes.”

Next door, the Sol Flower Café will offer premium coffee and espresso from Press Coffee Roasters, as well as a healthy menu of non-medicated breakfast and lunch items. The café’s bistro ambience offers an additional social space open to the public.

Intended to reshape the perceptions of cannabis, the dispensary is partitioned with seamless floor-to-ceiling glass walls, allowing the general public to enjoy the café and classroom. Collectively, the complex shares a mid-century design aesthetic with reclaimed wood accents and a spacious lounge area spanning throughout the establishment.

“We created an interactive environment for patients and the community. The glass walls function as windows into the dispensary, reflecting our commitment to inclusivity, transparency and connectedness,” states Pankaj Talwar, president and chief operating officer of Copperstate Farms.

Sol Flower is dedicated to building an inclusive cannabis community by offering diverse resources for the canna-curious and medical cannabis patients. With a mission to empower wellness for all, Sol Flower encourages the community to live life to the fullest and live life with soul.

Sol Flower is a wellness brand established in 2019 by Copperstate Farms Management LLC, a vertically integrated cannabis management company. The brand includes Sol Flower Dispensary and Sol Flower Café and Wellness Center. The Sol Flower dispensaries are operated on behalf of Holistic Patient Wellness Group Inc. and East Valley Patient Wellness Group Inc. For more information, visit LiveWithSol.com.

 

 

 

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