The old KESQ studios in Palm Desert might be turned into a West Coast Cannabis Club

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The currently empty Palm Desert building that used to house KESQ will soon be a West Coast Cannabis Club location, according to the Desert Sun.

The 28,500-square-foot building on Melanie Place will feature a retail space as well as cultivation and manufacturing of cannabis products and distribution and delivery services.

(West Coast CannabisClub via Desert Sun)

The business was approved by the Palm Desert planning commission with 4-0 vote on Monday. Commissioner John Greenwood recused himself due to potential conflicts. The plan now goes to the city council for a vote, following public comment, and the company needs to apply for state licenses.

The site would be the third West Coast Cannabis Club property in the Coachella Valley with one already open in Cathedral City and another coming to Highway 111 in Palm Desert in early December.

According to their website, West Coast Cannabis Club provides “customers with premium cannabis products at prices that make sense.”