(This story has been updated from an earlier version.)
Denver is finally seeing some movement on the public marijuana consumption front.
The city’s first applicant for a cannabis consumption license had a hearing Friday with Denver regulators, and a second business has applied for a permit.
The Coffee Joint applied for a Cannabis Consumption Establishment license in early December but will have to wait a few more weeks for the hearing officer’s recommendation, Denver alt-weekly Westword reported.
Plans for the adults-only spa include marijuana-infused yoga classes and massage, a couple of cannabis consumption areas and MJ events, according to The Cannabist.
The spa is proposed for a historic Denver mansion that’s partially owned by marijuana-focused law firm Vicente Sederberg. The firm previously had offices there, The Cannabist reported.