Hudson County will soon get its first recreational cannabis store in a few weeks time after the state’s cannabis board gave a thumbs up for Harmony Dispensary to begin selling to adults 21 and over at its Secaucus medical marijuana facility on Castle Road.
The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission voted 4-1 on Friday to approve Harmony’s expansion into recreational sales in Secaucus. The store opened as a medical marijuana facility in June 2018.
CRC Executive Director Jeff Brown said prior to their vote that Harmony was recommended for approval after they committed to adding a point-of-sale system for medical patients only, to undergo expansions and to commit to patient access standards.
Harmony Dispensary’s official address is 600 Meadowlands Parkway, located in the industrial south side of Secaucus near the Secaucus Junction train station and the Xchange apartment complex. The company said following their state approval that they plan to begin recreational sales “in the coming weeks.”
“We have been preparing for this for a long time,” said Shaya Brodchandel, President and CEO of Harmony in statement. “We are ready to begin welcoming a new population of clients, while simultaneously giving our long-time patients the same great service they deserve and have become accustomed