Gerard Levenstein was an infant when his
parents, Louis and Helena opened a dry goods store in 1908. The Levenstein's
operation has undergone many changes since then. It has grown from a single
dry goods store to three retail outlets in the middle part of the century
to two, sizeable floor covering outlets today.
Gerald Levenstein has been around for all of it.
He says the changes in the retail industry
since the turn of the century are too numerous to count and too difficult
too quantify. But as he says they have been uniformly
In 1997, having no survivors to pass the
business along to, he sold the business to Randy Domingo who Gerald befriended
family portrait of the Levensteins taken in 1924.
From left to right: William, Gerald; Mrs. Louis (Helena);
Mose A. and Louis
Levensteins merged with Meadows
Brothers Abbey Carpet & Tile to form Levensteins Abbey Carpet. Customers can
now choose from a wider selection of flooring as well as enjoy lower
With a combined work
force, we now offer specialized installation for greater customer
The employees and staff take great pride
in providing total customer satisfaction before and after the sale. The experienced sales staff
is ready to help you make a selection for all of
your floor covering needs.
In January 2012 Levenstein's celebrated it's
For Carpet, Ceramic Tile, Vinyl, or
Wood...We've got you covered at Levenstein's Abbey Carpet!