Dana Rone feels she is going to be The Queen of Cannabis.
Come 2024, Rone will be opening a one-of-a-kind retail cannabis dispensary at 381 Martin Luther King Blvd. at the intersection of Main Street. The multi-use building has four stories and Rone has a vision for each level.
The first level will be a quiet zone—a learning center. The second level will be a cannabis bar with a karaoke space and a pool table. The third level will be a rental space for painting and yoga. And then there’s the rooftop for those who want to relax and read when they can’t make it to the beach.
The medical cannabis dispensary has already been open for business at 546 Park Ave.
And on Wednesday, Mayor Kevin A. Kane and Councilmember Annette Hawley Jordan joined Sen. Vin Gopal in cutting the ribbon at the dispensary's grand opening.
The business will not only bring jobs and new tax revenue to the borough, but also serves a medical need.
An entrepreneur from Bergen County is under contract to buy the decades-old funeral home on Belmont Avenue with a plan to open a cannabis dispensary there in a matter of months.
Molly Ann Farms, a name borrowed from the brook flowing south of the 1.1-acre site, near the corner of Henry Street, could begin selling marijuana products as early as June.
It will be the third reincarnation of the property, first occupied by a grocery store.
Plans for a cannabis retail store on Route 22 West were presented at a December meeting of the township’s Board of Adjustment.
The Bud Shop, LLC, to be located at 1565 Rt. 22 West, will move into the retail space vacated by Just Cribs in a strip mall that also houses LL Flooring and a steakhouse restaurant. The applicants were seeking approval to renovate the existing retail space to open a Class 5 cannabis dispensary.
The new language in the rules establishes qualifications, application process, and operation instructions for cannabis retailers that wish to have spaces on premises designated for customers to consume cannabis. Some of the regulations added for cannabis consumption areas include:
A license for Indigo Dispensary, a rising, New Jersey-based cannabis retailer, has just been approved to operate a cannabis dispensary in Brooklawn (302 Crescent Boulevard)! They announced their grand opening for early 2023, according to South Jersey Observer. They made the announcement on the Facebook page, as you can see down below:
Neither the post nor the website specify if this will be a medical-only or adult and medical-use dispensary.