News | 12/11/2020
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Etain Health, New York's only family-run, women-owned vertically integrated agribusiness and medical marijuana dispensary, has opened its new flagship facility at 242 East 58th Street on August 6, 2020.



The Peckham family, which owns the premium cannabis company, transformed the 5,000 square foot street level space into a dispensary and retail location for the commercial distribution of its medical marijuana, and THC-free products.



Sophisticated and inviting, the new Midtown East location is only a block from Sutton Place on the iconic Designers Way, and welcomes medical marijuana patients and retail customers to enjoy experiential interactions and integrative wellness offerings. The space is suffused with joy through elements such as a living green wall, an airy mezzanine, and a retreat space permeated by the sounds of running water. Renowned designer Clodagh applied her life enhancing minimalist approach by filling the space with simple, natural touches that simultaneously elevate and ground the customer experience. Etain has created the next level of healthcare and concierge medicine by merging this elevated environment with personal consultations and premium products so customers can feel good about investing in their health and wellbeing.

Etain Health Manhattan Flagship Store green wall and fountains

Etain Health Manhattan Flagship Store 


Etain Health continues to sell their premium cannabis products to licensed New York state patients alongside a variety of diverse non-THC New York based health and wellness brands. Brands featured include botanical wellness products from Nature of Things, organic teas by Rishi, Khushi handmade body balms and butters, Golde superfood face masks and Patriae handwoven hemp and linen textiles including face coverings. A rotating selection of limited edition merch by diverse women owned brands are featured with the first spotlight on BWFW (Buy Weed from Women). Store staff is outfitted in custom aprons from local women-owned textile designer Utility Canvas and their versatile canvas products will also be available for purchase.