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Lewis Jewelers Moving to New Location in Ann Arbor June 22, 2022 (0 comments)


Ann Arbor, MI--Lewis Jewelers will move to a new location in Ann Arbor, Michigan to meet its growing business.

The family-run jeweler has been at its Stadium Boulevard location in Ann Arbor for 25 years, but as the business grew, the company need more room and it found the solution with a 10,000-square-foot location nearby at 300 South Maple Road in Ann Arbor, in the former Quarter Bistro location located in front of the Westgate Shopping Center.  they “found themselves bursting at the seams. Ironically, the perfect location for their expanding operation became available just down the street.

“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.”

The location will offer expanded collections from designer partners, including Omega, Hearts On Fire, Breitling, Tudor, and Roberto Coin. Lewis Jewelers will continue to offer their Lewis custom creations and their new U of M collegiate collection.

The store will also offer service consultations, a custom design area, repairs, engravings and private events. Consultations can even take place in an upstairs loft area as well as multiple sit-down locations throughout the store.

The new location is scheduled to open in the late summer.

Lewis Jewelers was founded in Detroit over 100 years ago in 1921 by M.B. Lewis, David Lewis’s grandfather. While in Detroit, the riots in 1968 drastically changed the original location. The decision was made to move to their first Ann Arbor location in 1974 in the Maple Village Shopping Center. From that date, Lewis Jewelers has embedded itself into the local community through support and donations to many of the local charities and schools. 

“Very few businesses have been open for over 100 years, and we are proud to be still family owned and operated,” Lewis said. “Our plans for a grand re-opening in 2021 were thwarted by the impact of COVID, but we didn’t let that get us down. Our customers have been incredibly supportive of us and our dreams for the new store. We attribute that to the fact that we’re always giving back locally and supporting so many great local initiatives. We’re looking forward to a brilliant future.”

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