Sixth Avenue Electronics

Sixth Avenue Electronics is a retail chain selling electronics and accessories, with stores in New Jersey and New York.

The Temiz family opened Sixth Avenue Electronics in New York City in 1984.

Following a rapid expansion in 2009, the company has closed many locations, dropping from a store count from 19 at its peak down to 10.

The company has continued to close stores and as of December 2011, the company only has 2 stores remaining.

On October 10, 2011, the company was court ordered shut down under a restraining order issued by the US District Court because of defaults on payments to its main creditor.

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