A medical marijuana dispensary in Boston is set to open in early 2018.
The facility is set for the Boston area, but is expected to be the first medical marijuana outlet in Massachusetts.
According to the Boston Globe, the company will be called PSC Medical, after the company that owns it.
A company spokesperson told the Boston Herald that the opening will happen in late January.
In addition to the marijuana, the dispensary will be producing organic cannabis oils and medical cannabis, as well as manufacturing and selling other goods.
The dispensary will offer a full range of products, including a large selection of cannabis-infused edibles, edibles infused with THC, and cannabis infused coffee.
“We’ve seen the potential for this company to be a great asset for the state of Massachusetts and the city of Boston,” Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said in a statement.
“As a city with a large population of cannabis consumers, we’ve seen firsthand the tremendous value this business can bring to our city.”
The company was created by the founder of a company called Tasty Treats, which is now owned by another Boston-based company called Theranos.
According the company’s website, it is the largest private-sector marijuana dispensary and cultivation facility in the country, with more than 1,100 employees.
PSC is planning to expand to an additional 10 locations in the next two years, the Globe reported.
The company is seeking investors to invest in the company, and the company is looking to raise $3.6 million to begin construction.
The first dispensary opened in 2016 in the Boston suburb of Dorchester.
The Boston Globe reports that the company plans to have 150 employees at the facility.