The Seneca Nation aims to formally enter the cannabis industry early this year. Construction is underway on Nativa Cannabis, the first dispensary the Seneca Nation plans to open on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation in Western New York. The dispensary will be the first of its kind on native land in New York State and is expected to open in early 2021.
Beyond/Hello, a medical marijuana dispensary, will open for business in Cincinnati's Eastgate neighborhood Thursday. The dispensary is located in the former Kmart building and will be the first medical marijuana dispensary to open in the state of Ohio. The dispensary will offer a variety of products including flower, edibles, vaping products, and topicals. Patients will also be able to purchase products online.
Opening a weed dispensary in New York isn't as simple as opening a coffee shop or apparel store, a real estate expert says. There are a number of restrictions and regulations that must be followed in order to open a dispensary in the state. In addition, dispensaries must have a valid business license and obtain approval from the New York State Department of Health.
UNION TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKRC) - Another medical marijuana dispensary is opening in the Tri-State Thursday. Beyond/Hello is setting up shop on Eastgate Boulevard and is the first medical marijuana dispensary to open in the state of Ohio. The dispensary will offer a variety of products including flower, edibles, vaping products, and topicals. Patients will also be able to purchase products online.
New York City's second legal, recreational cannabis dispensary is slated to open as soon as next week in Greenwich Village. The dispensary, dubbed the Highlight, will offer a variety of products, including flower, edibles, and vaping products. The dispensary will also offer accessories, such as pipes and bongs.
Working at home with windows open last week, the smell of marijuana wafted inside. For eight hours, boisterous customers waited in line for Beyond/Hello, Cincinnati’s first medical marijuana dispensary. The dispensary, which opened Thursday, is located in the former Kmart building on Eastgate Boulevard.
Since the opening of the first medical marijuana dispensary in Ohio, the response has been positive. Beyond/Hello has received an overwhelming number of inquiries and orders from patients looking to purchase medical marijuana products. The dispensary has also seen an influx of customers from other states, such as Michigan and Pennsylvania, looking to purchase products.
In addition to Beyond/Hello, the Seneca Nation is set to open its own dispensary, Nativa Cannabis, on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation in Western New York. Nativa Cannabis will be the first dispensary of its kind on native land in New York State and is expected to open in early 2021. The dispensary will offer a variety of products, including flower, edibles, vaping products, and topicals.
A Portland cannabis dispensary had a car driven into it early Friday morning, but police say nothing was stolen. The incident occurred at the beyond/hello dispensary on Southwest Barbur Boulevard at around 2:45 a.m. Police said the driver was not impaired and no one was injured in the incident.
The first legal sales of cannabis in New York state will begin December 29 and a local nonprofit will do the honors of initiating the first sale. The nonprofit, called the Cannabis Cultural Association, has been advocating for the legal of marijuana in the state for several years.
Nativa Cannabis, the Seneca Nation's dispensary, will also be participating in New York's legal cannabis market. The dispensary is expected to open early this year and will offer a variety of products, including flower, edibles, vaping products, and topicals.
With the legal of cannabis in New York state, there is expected to be an influx of new businesses. dispensaries, cultivation centers, and other cannabis related businesses are all looking to capitalize on the new market. Real estate experts suggest that now is the time to invest in cannabis related real estate, as the demand for properties is expected to increase.
Despite the legal of marijuana in New York, there are still some restrictions in place. Marijuana can only be purchased from licensed dispensaries, and only by those 21 and older. Additionally, smoking marijuana in public places is still prohibited.
With the legal of cannabis in New York, there are many opportunities for businesses to get involved in the industry. From dispensaries to cultivation centers, there is something for everyone. As the legal market continues to grow, more businesses are expected to get involved, creating a thriving cannabis industry in the state.