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Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq represents Ehinger Schwarz 1876 in new St. Paul store

Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq Senior Directors, Tom Martin and Kim Meyer, recently represented Ehinger Schwarz 1876, a maker of interchangeable mid- and upper-end jewelry, in the site selection and lease negotiations for a new store opening on Grand Avenue in St. Paul.

Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq Senior Directors, Tom Martin and Kim Meyer, recently represented Ehinger Schwarz 1876, a maker of interchangeable mid- and upper-end jewelry, in the site selection and lease negotiations for a new store opening on Grand Avenue in St. Paul.

The St. Paul location, a 1,450 sq. ft. store inside the Oxford Square shopping center on Grand Avenue and Oxford Street, is only the third Ehinger Schwarz 1876 store in the United States.

Martin and Meyer worked with franchisees Susan Berger and Ann Berger Fisher, sisters-in-law from Bloomington who discovered the Ehinger Schwarz 1876 brand in Memphis, Tennessee. The family-owned company, which offers customers the ability to create new jewelry combinations by moving stones from one product to another, is based in Germany and also has a store in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Oxford Square is owned by Minneapolis-based RMF Group.