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Schwarzchild Jewelers moving from longtime home in Cary Court to new Carytown Exchange development

The jeweler has leased 5,500 square feet at Carytown Exchange located at 3550-3403 West Cary Street & 3403-3550 Ellwood Avenue.

Trevor Dickerson

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Schwarzschild Jewelers will be moving from their current location at Cary Court Shopping Center, commercial broker Thalhimer reported this week. The jeweler has leased 5,500 square feet at Carytown Exchange located at 3550-3403 West Cary Street & 3403-3550 Ellwood Avenue.

Schwarzschild Jewelers at Carytown Exchange will anchor the main building that faces Cary Street alongside J.P. Morgan Chase and other high-end retailers. The new custom-built location will have a modern yet elegant look and feel featuring state-of-the-art displays and amenities, Thalhimer said in a release.

The exterior of the building will keep with the eclectic nature of Carytown by showcasing an intense blue hue. The interior will highlight Schwarzschild’s commitment to customer service – showcasing boutiques from some of the world’s top jewelry and watch brands, a built-in entertainment bar, and an on-site jeweler and watchmaker for quick service. A grand opening will be held upon completion of construction scheduled for mid-2023. Schwarzschild Jewelers celebrates its 125th anniversary in 2023.

“Today, Carytown is one of the area’s most vibrant shopping areas in the City of Richmond,” said Kiley Schiffman Storrs, Director of Marketing for Schwarzschild Jewelers. “Schwarzschild has a tradition of innovation and culture geared towards providing the highest level of customer service to our clients, which includes positioning our stores in areas that are most convenient to our customers. Our new location puts us right where we want to be – in the center of one of the highest traffic areas, allowing us to provide the best experience possible.”

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Trevor Dickerson is the Editor and Co-Founder of RVAHub.