It’s not really that exciting. They did mention it was National Selfie Day.
The vacated building that will house the dispensary still has signs for a ballet school, a health-care association, a hearing-aid shop, and a computer-repair business.
But soon, it will be transformed in GTI’s corporate image. The bricks will be painted over. The parking lot will be revamped to accommodate 30 cars. An orange sign out front will read RISE Toledo. The interior will be brightly lit, “like a medical spa,” Mr. Kadens said, with comfortable chairs to sit in — a key provision for patients with chronic pain — and a security guard, along with dozens of cameras, keeping watch.
“In most communities, our facilities make neighborhoods safer,” Mr. Kadens said. “We work with the local police force to increase patrols. We’ve never — knock on wood — had a security infraction.”
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