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Dumbo Heights is going to pot.

Cannabis marketing compliance technology platform Fyllo, which ensures advertising conforms to government regulations, has moved to its own space in Brooklyn’s Dumbo Heights.

Chicago-based Fyllo had 10 employees in a co-working space at 55 Broad’s Bond Collective and will hire another 10 now that it’s in the new Brooklyn office.

The 2,800-square-foot space is a penthouse carved out of a portion of the 12th floor at 77 Sands St. in Dumbo Heights. It includes private roof space.

The building is one of several that belonged to the Jehovah’s Witnesses and were sold and renovated to attract tech companies.

Fyllo was represented by Joseph R. Cybulski of CBRE. The ownership group of RFR, Kushner and LIVWRK is represented by Newmark Knight Frank and rents are in the $60-per-square-foot range.

Founded by Chad Bronstein in March, Fyllo has already been showered with $18 million in venture capital funds.

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