New Jersey's Department of Health is currently reviewing 51 applications for new medical marijuana business of which they're hoping to approve 6 licenses by november. One of the potential cannabis growers and dispensaries is located in South Jersey right down the street from both a police station and a municipal complex. If approved they would build a 137,000 square-foot building that would act as a greenhouse, manufacturing and processing facility, and a dispensary. The average alternative treatment center in New Jersey brings in about $315,000 in taxes for the state but with such a large facility it could be much more.
If its license application is approved by the state, Parea hopes to build an indoor cannabis cultivation facility with an adjoining 10,000-square-foot greenhouse, a manufacturing and processing plant and a dispensary. The dispensary would include business offices, security offices, a welcome room and consultation rooms.