A single of Colorado’s earliest dispensary names is no longer active in Denver. The Pink House’s Cherry Creek place, after a single of many shops below the Pink Residence brand in the city and the final a single remaining, closed its doors earlier this summer time.
Established in 2010, the Pink Residence was a developing dispensary brand in Colorado when recreational sales started in 2014. But the Pink Residence kept a health-related concentrate at its South Pearl Street and Peoria Crossing areas, promoting to recreational buyers only at a retailer on Federal Boulevard. All 3 are now closed.
The Pink Residence is not gone from Colorado altogether, even so: Each the health-related-only retailer in Colorado Springs and a tiny-batch recreational wholesale cultivation are nevertheless operating, according to a company announcement in 2018.
The dispensary at 111 South Madison Street was caught in a neighborhood debate in 2018 when it applied for a recreational sales license, with the Cherry Creek East Association expressing concern more than parking, visitors and attracting people today the association did not want in the neighborhood. A recreational license was in no way issued to the place.
According to the state Marijuana Enforcement Division, the place no longer had a health-related dispensary license as of August 1. Pink Residence owner Elliott Klug could not be reached for comment.