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On Monday, Treevana Retail New Jersey LLC announced that it has recently applied for a cannabis dispensary license in the township. It plans to open the facility at the historic Chase bank building on Bloomfield Avenue.
See an artist rendering of the outside of the building below, and learn more about the proposal here.
According to spokespeople, the company is hoping to “provide safe access to high-quality cannabis products while creating job opportunities for local residents, donating to local charities, and participating in community outreach activities.”
A new marijuana dispensary in Morristown has recently received its final approval for construction from the Morristown Planning Board.
The business will be housed in a two-story building on Ridgedale Avenue, making it the town's first cannabis dispensary. The initial decision and plan presentation occurred last month, but the final approval came on March 23.
Uma Flowers won the recreational license from Morristown's council over five other applicants, including The Summit, based in Bridgewater, which proposed a dispensary at 65-66 Market Street.
Now they’re getting their wish as the first medicinal marijuana shop has opened in town just days after state officials approved what will be the borough’s first recreational, or adult use, dispensary.
“The people of the community voted overwhelmingly for the sale of recreational marijuana, we are only following the will of the people,” said Borough Administrator Steve Gallo. “These are tightly controlled businesses, serious regulations and we don’t anticipate any problems.”
Hard Grove Cafe, a restaurant that was a staple of Jersey City’s dining scene for a quarter century, has closed for good as the space prepares to be turned over to a recreational cannabis dispensary and lounge.
Over the weekend, the Cuban eatery shut down at 284 First Street. The restaurant had been a mainstay of Downtown for almost 25 years and held their last service to say goodbye to diners on March 24.
For 70 years, the building near the intersection of Routes 70 and 73 in Marlton held realty offices, but in April it will open as one of this area's first recreational marijuana retail stores.
Highway 90, an early entrant into New Jersey's infant recreational cannabis industry, will strive for an "upscale feel" to the store that is expected to be crowded in its early days before competitors begin to open their stores, said owner and licensee Alex Lahn.
A new marijuana dispensary in Somerset County has recently been approved to allow recreational cannabis for adults.
Bloc Dispensary, at 1075 Easton Ave., Somerset, officially opened for medical use only in December 2022. The dispensary was able to expand its cannabis offerings for recreational use as of March 2.
Puffin, a small New Jersey-based company whose applications to dispense cannabis has been approved by New Brunswick and the state through the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission, will be opening its first location in the city.
The dispensary, which will set up inside the former Verizon store at 382 George St., is hoping to open its doors by late spring.
Puffin, whose sly word-play name conjures images of a long drag on a joint or pipe, but uses the bright-nosed seabird as a corporate logo, will likely count its fair share of Rutgers students among its clientele.
A small, unassuming storefront that once housed a shoe repair shop will soon house Bloomfield’s next cannabis dispensary, following a ruling from the Planning Board on Tuesday night.
The Board unanimously approved the application of Emerald Tea Supply Company, a service-disabled veteran-owned boutique dispensary to be located at 368 Broad Street. Members appeared satisfied with the owner’s business model, floor plan and security proposal, the latter of which was reviewed and approved by Bloomfield public safety director Samuel DeMaio.
The Bloomfield Planning Board unanimously approved an application from a military veteran who wants to open a retail cannabis dispensary at 368 Broad Street during their public meeting this week.
The application from Emerald Tea Company sought conditional use and minor site plan approval to operate a class 5 retail adult cannabis dispensary in a neighborhood business B-2 zone.
Shigh LLC is owned by a Washington Township resident who is moving closer to opening a cannabis dispensary in her home town!
Cindy Ortiz is the CEO of Shigh LLC, and earlier this year the State of New Jersey approved their cannabis dispensary license application.
On Tuesday March 7th she and her team will be appearing before the Washington Township Planning Board, looking for a “site plan waiver” for their planned location on the Black Horse Pike.