“We are really excited to bring this building back to its former glory,” Mitchem said. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.
No application for the dispensary has been submitted to the city thus far as the community meeting is first required, city Deputy Planner Philip Dromey said. In addition, he said he had not received other information yet about the potential business.
The notice of the community meeting lists a website for information about the company: hellodiem.com/ma/.
TDMS is proposing a single dispensary in Worcester at one of three proposed sites, Mitchem said: 74 Grafton St., 1130 Pleasant St., and 205 Summer St.
There is a marijuana shop proposed in Lynn, and a marijuana cultivation and production facility is proposed in Orange at 3 Quabbin Boulevard, he said.
Diem Cannabis has three locations in Salem and Portland, Oregon, with a total of five marijuana licenses for dispensary, cultivation, production, and delivery functions.