Following landlord lawsuit, cannabis company with Fitchburg cultivation closes Cambridge dispensary – Worcester Business Journal

Revolutionary Clinics, a cannabis company with a cultivation and production facility in Fitchburg, has closed one of its Cambridge dispensaries.

The dispensary, located in Cambridge’s Central Square at 541 Massachusetts Ave., permanently closed on May 27, according to a post on the company’s website. The closure follows a lawsuit from the property’s owner accusing the company of failing to make rent payments. 

Revolutionary is the Massachusetts manufacturer of Papi Cannabis products, a brand launched by former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz in the summer of 2022. 

“We closed our medical dispensary location at 541 Massachusetts Ave. in Cambridge on May 27th,” Ashley Esper, vice president of marketing, wrote in an email to WBJ. “We are kindly directing patients to our two other medical dispensary locations, both less than 4 miles from 541 Massachusetts Ave.: 110 Fawcett Street in Cambridge (medical only), and 67 Broadway Street in Somerville (medical and adult-use).”

Revolutionary’s Massachusetts Avenue store only served registered medical marijuana patients. 

There were 88,387 certified active medical marijuana patients in Massachusetts in May, according to data released by the state Cannabis Control Commission, a 6.8% decline from the 94,792 certified active patients in May 2023. 

The lawsuit against the company, filed

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