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Store: (202) 577-1832


322 7th St NW Washington, DC 20004, USA

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Tenleytown, a historic district in Northwest Washington, D.C."Tennally's Town" became a popular nickname for the neighborhood in 1790, named after local tavern owner John Tenney. During the 1800s, the area was commonly known as Tennallytown due to its current name, but the spelling continued to be used in certain roles, such as streetcars until the 1920s. On October 2, 1941, Sears Roebuck launched its department store in Tenleytown on Wisconsin Avenue at Albemarle Street. The store was notable at the time for its size and 300-car rooftop parking area. Sears abandoned its retail operation at the location in the 1990s and Hechinger hardware utilized it until its demise in 1996. The building was transformed in the 2000s into a mixed-use development complex called Cityline at Tenley, which boasted of high-end condominiums (The Cityliners) on the upper levels, anchored by upscale convenience stores like Best Buy (which closed down in 2007 and was replaced by Target), and an underground store called Ace Hardware that serves the stores mentioned.

At the front of building, you'll find a west entrance to the Metro station, opposite Whole Foods Market. American University Park and Tenleytown are both served by the Tenneytown-AU stop on the Washington Metro Red Line. American University provides a complimentary shuttle bus service that connects the Tenleytown metro station at 40th and Albemarle Street with both stops. The station is situated in the middle of the area, at the junction of Wisconsin Avenue and Albemarle Street. Metrobus routes 31, 32, 36, 33 and 30S, as well as H2, H3, H4, M4, W45 and W47, all have a station at the locality.

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At GreenHouseDC Dispensary, we are more than just a cannabis store in Washington DC. We are a holistic wellness center dedicated to providing the community with premium medical marijuana and CBD products. Our commitment to quality and organic sourcing ensures that you receive only the best herbal remedies for your unique needs. Whether you're seeking pain relief, relaxation, or a natural alternative to traditional medicine, our knowledgeable staff is here to guide you. Dive into our wide range of products, from edibles to tinctures, and experience the GreenHouse difference. Don't wait any longer; elevate your health and well-being with us. Visit our store today and let us be your trusted partner in holistic wellness. 

Residents of DC, Maryland, and Virginia can get premium weed delivered to their door with GreenHouseDC. If you’re interested in concentrates, flower, vapes, edibles, and other cannabis products, check out our online menu for delivery or pickup or Call (202) 577-1832, to learn more about our products and services.

  • Can tourists in Washington, DC, buy and use recreational marijuana?
    Yes, tourists who are older than 21 years old can buy and use recreational marijuana in Washington, D.C.
  • What is marijuana?
    Marijuana or weed is a drug made from the leaves and flowers of the Cannabis sativa plant. It contains the chemical compound THC, which is responsible for its psychoactive effects.
  • What are the effects of marijuana?
    The effects of marijuana can vary depending on the individual and the amount consumed, but they can include altered perception, increased appetite, and feelings of relaxation or euphoria.
  • What are the medical uses of marijuana?
    Marijuana has been shown to have some medical benefits, such as reducing chronic pain, nausea, and vomiting in patients undergoing chemotherapy. It has also been used to help with muscle spasms and spasticity in people with multiple sclerosis, and to improve symptoms of anxiety and depression.
  • In Washington, D.C., are there any repercussions for using marijuana in a restricted area?
    Yes, violators who are found smoking marijuana in a forbidden area may be subject to fines and other consequences.
  • Are there any restrictions on how much marijuana may be bought at once?
    Yes, in D.C., consumers are only allowed to buy up to 2 ounces of marijuana or anything containing marijuana at a time.
  • Does weed use affect driving?
    Marijuana use can impair driving and increase the risk of a car accident.
  • How old must you be in D.C. to buy and consume marijuana recreationally?
    In D.C., marijuana can be bought and used recreationally by anyone who are 21 years old and older.
  • Are there any limitations on marijuana plant cultivation in Washington, D.C.?
    Yes, adults are only allowed to grow a total of six marijuana plants, with no more than three of those plants allowed to reach maturity at once.
  • In D.C., are marijuana-related products lawful to sell?
    Yes, so long as the person or company selling the marijuana goods has a current licence from the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration.
  • In D.C., are marijuana sales subject to taxes?
    Yes, there is a 17% tax on marijuana sales in D.C., with a portion of the money raised going to support public health, housing, and education initiatives.
  • How is marijuana consumed?
    Marijuana can be consumed in various forms, such as smoking, vaporizing, edibles, and as an oil or tincture.
  • Can a person overdose on marijuana?
    A person cannot overdose on marijuana in the way they can with other drugs, such as opioids. However, consuming too much marijuana can lead to harmful side effects and in rare cases, it can lead to emergency in which person will require treatment.
  • Is weed legal?
    The legal status of marijuana varies by country and jurisdiction. In some places, it is fully legal for both medical and recreational use, while in others it is only legal for medical use or illegal altogether.
  • In D.C., are there any limitations on the consumption of items containing marijuana?
    Yes, it is forbidden to use marijuana-infused goods in public settings and to operate a vehicle when high.
  • Can marijuana use during pregnancy harm the baby?
    Marijuana use during pregnancy can have negative effects on the baby's development and health.
  • Can medical marijuana users in D.C. buy more pot than recreational users?
    Yes, as opposed to the 2 ounce limit for recreational users, medicinal marijuana patients may purchase up to 4 ounces of marijuana in a 30-day period.
  • In D.C., is it legal to transport marijuana over state lines?
    No, even if a person is going to a place where marijuana is legal, it is still unlawful to transfer marijuana across state lines.
  • In Washington, D.C., is marijuana legal for recreational use?
    Yes, Washington, D.C. has legalised recreational marijuana since 2014.
  • What are the risks of marijuana use?
    Some potential risks of marijuana use include addiction, respiratory problems from smoking, and impairments in memory and attention.
  • Is there an authorised marijuana smoking location in Washington, D.C.?
    No, Washington, D.C. does not have any dedicated marijuana smoking sites. Marijuana use is prohibited in all public areas, including roadways, sidewalks, and parks.
  • Can marijuana be used as a treatment for addiction to other drugs?
    Marijuana is not currently considered an effective treatment for addiction to other drugs. However, some studies have suggested that marijuana can be used as a substitute for harder drugs in certain cases.
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Pick-ups & walk-ins are welcome 10am-8pm daily

322 7th St NW Washington, DC 20004, USA

Mon - Sun: 9am - 11pm

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