A company that's looking to open a competing dispensary claims Harmony Foundation is circumventing local cannabis regulations and argues the city abused its discretion by approving the plans.
The Colorado-based company is moving forward with a proposal that would convert a former bank branch into a medicinal pot shop just a block from the PATH station.
After almost a year of regulatory back and forth, the planning board has finally given a Secaucus-based company the green light to open in a building near the city’s PATH station.
Chicago-based Justice Grown was granted initial state approval in 2018 to open a cultivation center in Mercer County. Now, the Ewing Township Planning Board is scheduled to hear the plans.
A new hemp shop offering organic CBD products for humans and pets plans to open soon in Jersey City Heights, across from Riverview-Fisk Park.
Secaucus-based Harmony Dispensary has submitted an application to the planning board, hoping to open their second location near the city’s main transit hub.
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency signed off on a plan by a Colorado-based cannabis company to bring a medical marijuana manufacturing complex to a property near Liberty State Park.
New Jersey’s legal marijuana industry could get going next year, and an advancing bill has significant benefits for four of the state’s largest cities.
In preparation for the state possibly legalizing the drug, the city council is looking to limit neighborhoods where pot shops could open in Hoboken.
The company has secured property in Jersey City near Liberty State Park for a world-class cannabis facility.