The PA Medical Marijuana Program continues to expand across the state. Here’s a list of the newest dispensaries to launch in the Commonwealth and those who will be opening their doors in 2022:

State College:

On Monday, February 21st, Curaleaf opened the doors of their new location in the former Citizens Bank building at 1248 S. Atherton St. in State College. Curaleaf, now the second dispensary in State College, provides an alternative option to the region’s first dispensary, Nature’s Medicines. 


In addition to their new State College location and their January openings in Wayne and Greensburg, Curaleaf has also recently opened a dispensary in Erie. Located at 7891 Peach Street, the new location brings Curaleaf’s statewide location count to 16.

New Kensington:

Nevada company, Zenleaf, is set to open a storefront in New Kensington. The dispensary will replace a Papa John’s which had previously leased the space. It will be the area’s second dispensary. There is no official opening date available yet, but Zenleaf officials project the dispensary to open in early 2022.


Organic Remedies, who recently opened a Pittsburgh location in December 2021 at 7402 McKnight Road, will be launching a second location in Bethel Park at 5002 Library Road. There is no official launch date yet. Joining Organic Remedies in their Pittsburgh expansion is Ethos. In April 2022, the brand will be opening the doors on their newest location at 5 Alpha Drive East.


Cresco acquired Laurel Harvest, who was set to open a dispensary in the area in 2022. However, with the recent acquisition, further information on the dispensary and its launch date is inconclusive.


Sunnyside has officially arrived in Berks County. Located in Unit 1 of 208 N. Park Road and across from the Knitting Mills retail center in Wyomissing, it is the first dispensary to open in the town. 


Harvest (which was acquired by Trulieve in October 2021) recently opened a new location in Center City at 1222 Arch St. Due to the change in ownership, branding materials for the new dispensary may appear as Trulieve or Harvest. 


The rapidly expanding Sunnyside Dispensary, which is owned and operated by Cresco, has also expanded into Ambler, taking up residence at 28 West Skippack Pike

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