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Robynne Alexander (silhouetted at right) gives a tour of the old Lemay Brothers Jewelers building she is developing on Elm Street in Manchester.

MANCHESTER -- A former billiards club and jewelry store on Elm Street are finding a new purpose.

Developer Robynne Alexander is in the process of turning 60,000 square feet into 33 apartments, a cafe or diner, fitness center, public self-storage, office space and a place to pick up packages.

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Robynne Alexander points to a detail at the former site of Lemay Brothers Jewelers on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019. She is developing the building on Elm Street.

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A pedestrian walks by the front windows of the former site of Lemay Brothers Jewelers which is being redeveloped on Elm Street in Manchester. Many of the building’s art deco details are being preserved.

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The neon sign and curved windows of the former Lemay Brothers Jewelers will remain in the mixed-use redevelopment of the Elm Street building in Manchester.

Wednesday, May 05, 2021