Second wave of cannabis dispensary licenses includes Seven Point’s – Danville Commercial News

DANVILLE — Seven Point of Illinois was the latest entity to receive a conditional adult-use cannabis dispensary license as part of the second wave of licenses issued in Illinois.

Seven Point’s Brad Zerman now owns the land at 388 Eastgate Drive to build Danville’s second adult-use cannabis dispensary. He’s trying to fast-track drawings and he’d still love to start construction in 2022.

Due to city opposition for an on-premises cannabis consumption lounge, he’s leaving the opportunity open for an addition to the dispensary in the future.

Danville aldermen last year approved a special-use permit for an adult-use cannabis dispensary in Lot 1 of the subdivision at 388 Eastgate Drive. The lot is closest to Econo Lodge, used for parking and which was owned by Danville Hospitality LLC and Joe Patel.

Zerman also won two craft growers licenses through the state, with Seven Point and Harvard Grow LLC.

The first wave of dispensary licenses issued by the state earlier in July included two other licenses for the Danville/Vermilion County region for Mariworks LLC and Parkway Dispensary, both Chicago-based.

Gov. JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation on Friday issued 28 additional Conditional Adult Use Dispensing Organization Licenses to applicants selected in three

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