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Michigan Jewelry Store Leaving Mall to Break Ground on Own Building

New location will take about eight months to construct.

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Jandron’s Fine Jewelry in Marquette, MI is preparing to leave its longtime home at Westwood Mall for a new standalone building that will be part of a retail center that’s under construction, ABC 10 reports. The new digs will measure 7,700 square feet and take about eight months to construct, the article says. “We just decided it was time for a change,” Tia Arntsen of Jandron’s told the news outlet. “We were in the Westwood Mall for 28 years, starting with when we opened, and we just feel the time is right that we go out on our own.”


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