Lewis Jewelers Set to Open New Ann Arbor Store This Summer
The 10,000-square-foot location allows for expanded collections from design partners while continuing custom design and other services.
The family-run jeweler has been at its current Stadium Boulevard location in the city for 25 years but found itself outgrowing the store as the business grew.
Luckily, the perfect location to expand the business became available just down the street.
The new 10,000-square-foot store is located at 300 South Maple Road, in front of the Westgate Shopping Center.
It will offer expanded collections from the retailer’s designer partners, including Omega, Hearts On Fire, Breitling, Tudor, and Roberto Coin, while also continuing to offer custom designs and its new University of Michigan collegiate collection.
The store will also offer service consultations, a custom design area, repairs, engraving, and private events.
The new store is expected to officially open later this summer.
“Lewis Jewelers takes pride in offering an exceptional yet relaxed fine jewelry and timepiece shopping experience for our customers,” said David Lewis, president of Lewis Jewelers and third generation jeweler.
“Our new store will allow our vast jewelry collections more breathing space while our customers will have more store to explore. However, our approach to connecting with each client on a personal level won’t change.”
Lewis Jewelers began in Detroit over 100 years ago, in 1921, by David Lewis’s grandfather, M.B. Lewis.
The store later moved to its first Ann Arbor location in 1974.
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