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With $500K Expansion, Jeweler Seeks to Meet Demand from ‘Next Generation’

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The project is geared toward custom work.

Beeghly and Co. Jewelers in Greensburg, PA, is planning a $500,000 expansion geared toward the custom work that its younger customers prefer.

The project involves doubling the store’s space with a 1,500-square-foot addition, the Tribune-Review reports. An adacent building will be demolished to make way. Beeghly and Co. will also gain storage space with the addition of a basement. 

Brian Beeghly, president of the company, told the Tribune-Review that much of the store’s equipment will be moved to the showroom so that customers can see custom work being performed.

He noted that “the next generation” seeks “the ability to have something made with what they have in mind.”

The building being torn down previously belonged to the Greensburg YMCA. Beeghly and Co., which opened in 1997, bought it for $100,000.

Read more at the Tribune-Review

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