Each CCLBA site, buyer, and project is unique. A pivotal example is 1135 W Dickman Rd in Battle Creek. This property was transformed from a vacant lot to a new build; now home to the first black/minority, locally owned marijuana dispensary. Working with the buyers through the process provided valuable insights on where and how to place helpful parameters to support a successful outcome. Critical pieces like due diligence, thorough plans, and demonstrable capacity to complete the project, are benchmarks that can be applied to various situations. Applying findings from this project, staff was able to revamp its fledgling Transform This Commercial Property program and create the Develop This Lot program for vacant land. The owners of Canna Vibes invested in Calhoun County and helped to improve the Land Bank's processes for vacant land sales going forward.