PITTSFIELD, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Right now, Berkshire Roots has 10,000 square feet of growing space in Pittsfield. At the end of December, they will expand into their new three-story, 20,000 square foot space.
As demand grows, a larger space is necessary, CEO of Berkshire Roots James Winokur explained Wednesday.
“We have a good-sized facility to expand our cultivation for our own store’s, and so we can service Massachusetts as more retailers come online,” Winokur said.
Since reopening after the coronavirus shutdown, business has been booming, according to Winokur.
The CEO hopes to expand even more as they work to purchase the bowling alley next door.
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