One of those additional looks involves Daylite Cannabis, a company that received the Council’s support in December. In March, the company also received Mount Laurel Township Zoning Board’s approval to establish a retail operation at 1136 State Route 73 South. The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission has since approved Daylite Cannabis’ application, which would allow owner Steve Cassidy to move closer to opening his retail shop.
An official, celebratory opening for the recreational cannabis store will be held from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 10, at 903 White Horse Road with food and music.
Sweetspot, with its parent medical marijuana dispensary based in Rhode Island and others in Maryland and Maine, is one of the recreational cannabis pioneers in the 70and73.com region.
The cannabis enterprises given a green light to open via resolutions are: Enlighten Health and Wellness LLC, which Township Manager Robert Corrales told the Pine Barrens Tribune is planning to set up shop at the old Marlton Diner building on Route 70; and Highway 90 LLC, the proposed location of which will be a former ReMax building off Route 73 just south of where it intersects with Route 70, Corrales said.
A new cannabis dispensary is set to open in Mt Laurel this summer, bringing a new era of elevated cannabis shopping experiences to the area. The dispensary, located at 1134 Rt 73 Mt Laurel, NJ, will be owned and operated by Jessy Vikani, a pharmacist and New Jersey resident with a passion for community outreach.
This town’s budding ‘cannabis corridor’ could be getting competition.
A Michigan firm, Hempnotize New Jersey LLC, wants to open a weed shop in a vacant office building on Church Road near Fellowship Road, according to an application before Mount Laurel’s planning board.
That’s less than a mile from a cluster of three proposed dispensaries near Church Road’s intersection with Route 73.
The Mount Laurel Township Zoning Board unanimously approved a variance Wednesday night from Naavi Realty, who is requesting to open a cannabis retail store named Nirvana Dispensary at 1134 Route 73.
The Zoning Board also unanimously approved a minor site plan for the company at the same meeting.
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.
Cannabis company NJ Green Care received the approval of the Mount Laurel Planning Board to set up a dispensary at the former Sage Diner on Route 73 during a meeting of the Planning Board held last Thursday.
Planning Board Member Adrienne Lewis cast the lone vote against NJ Green Care’s proposal.
The Planning Board’s approval is contingent upon many conditions, said Emily Weiner, an attorney for Mount Laurel Township, at the meeting.
A cannabis corridor could be coming to a busy stretch of highway here.
Township boards have approved applications from three cannabis dispensaries proposed for the 1100 block of Route 73.
The planning board on March 9 gave initial approval for an NJ Green Care dispensary at the former Sage Diner. The long-vacant building is at 1170 Route 73, a corner property at the Church Road intersection.
Yes, three new legal weed dispensaries have just been approved in Marlton, New Jersey! This is according to information from Facebook community page A View From Evesham.
Here are the 3 new dispensaries coming to Marlton, provided they pass all necessary inspections and other requirements by the town/state.
Highway 90 Dispensary - Coming April 20