Levinson Jewelers Celebrates New Store Opening

Levinson Jewelers celebrated the grand opening of its new store located at 888 E. Las Olas Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale with a star-studded event on Feb. 5.


From left: Hratch Kaprelian, US Director for Franck Muller; Mark Levinson, co-owner of Levinson Jewelers; Dan Marino, and Wayne Gilmore at the grand opening celebration of Levinson Jewelers Las Olas store. Photo by David Decoteau

More than 250 VIP guests—including Dan & Claire Marino, former Miami Heat player Alonzo Mourning, former Florida Marlin player Charles Johnson, South Florida radio personality John “Footy” Kross, and veteran WTVJ anchor Tony Segreto—joined Levinson Jewelers co-owners Mark and Robin Levinson, for this amazing celebration.


From left: Paul Ziff, president of Zenith; Scott W. Rothstein, chairman/CEO of Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler, Attorneys at Law (event sponsors); Steve Shonebarger, US director for Bvlgari; and Alex Grinberg, president of Concord. Photo by David Decoteau.

“We are thrilled that we have officially opened the doors to our new Las Olas store,” said Mark Levinson, co-owner of Levinson Jewelers. “This new location is a major testament to the true value of customer loyalty. We have been fortunate to experience more than two decades of success, and this celebration was a way to say ‘Thank You’ to our family, friends and clients for supporting us throughout all these years.”


Norm Kushner (left) and Mark Levinson (right) present Dan Marino with a Graham Special Watch. Photo by David Decoteau

Ft. Lauderdale mayor Jim Naugle, named Feb. 5 as the official Levinson Jewelers Day. Guests were also treated to a live auction benefiting The Dan Marino Foundation which with items ranging from dining packages, kitchen appliances, and sports memorabilia.

After 25 years of commitment to the South Florida community, the co-owners of Levinson Jewelers expanded their business to the Fort Lauderdale area. The new store features marble floors with inlay of stone and fine custom-made wood cabinets. The 6,000 sq.-ft. showroom is designed to complement the collection of only fine jewels and timepieces from around the world.