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Southern California’s independent cannabis retailer and lifestyle brand, Sweet Flower will open a brand new location in the Los Angeles Arts District at 614 Mateo St. Los Angeles, CA 90021 on November 21, 2019.

Sweet Flower launched in 2018 by adopting an entrepreneurial approach to the business and a local, community-focused vision for responsible business practices. In addition to its licensed operations in the City of Los Angeles, Sweet Flower is a successful applicant for licenses in both Pasadena and Culver City, where it was the highest-ranked applicant, among significant competition from major national chains.

“The Downtown Arts District is the beating heart of the Los Angeles creative community. There is no better place to further expand our presence in the city. This is a vibrant and diverse community known for innovation, creativity and artistry,” C.E.O. and Founder Timothy Dodd commented, “We uphold these values as part of our vision, and we look forward to becoming a cornerstone of the Arts District community. It’s a big moment for Sweet Flower; we’re building on incredible momentum and are privileged to be establishing a retail, distribution, and manufacturing hub in the Arts District as we roll-out our footprint across Los Angeles.”

Sweet Flower’s Arts District Location maintains the approachable and knowledgeable experience which Sweet Flower customers expect, reflecting the industrialized modern feel of downtown.

Adopting the spirit of the Downtown community, Sweet Flower supports its neighbors by offering all Arts District local businesses an employee and customer discount. The company hosts an on-going promotion where customers who share a same-day receipt from another local business will receive a discount. As Sweet Flower has throughout Los Angeles, the brand continues to support each and every local community through philanthropy and employee-community participation days.

Sweet Flower’s locations in the City of Los Angeles are Sweet Flower Westwood (serving West LA, Brentwood, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, coming Q4 2109), Sweet Flower Studio City (Hollywood Hills, Mulholland, San Fernando Valley), Sweet Flower Melrose (Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Hollywood, Mid-Wilshire), and Sweet Flower Arts District (DTLA, East LA, and Southland).