Dijital Fix Shutters its Shop at 9 Clinton

Posted on: May 31st, 2011 at 6:40 am by

We’ve been hearing quite a bit of rumbling in the past few weeks about the fate of Dijital Fix at 9 Clinton Street. Numerous people in the neighborhood relayed word that the kitchy Brooklyn-based electronics shop at the corner of East Houston was shuttering and relocating elsewhere. While it remained business as usual of late, the chatter was indeed true.

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The store officially announced its closure and resultant fire sale via Facebook over the weekend. Although the last day of business was yesterday, the owners are reportedly looking for a new neighborhood space. Dijital Fix survived just barely a year before folding, but this same fate will not befall the companion gallery-bar space below. In fact, CultureFix is currently on the docket to renew its liquor license (with complaint history) at the upcoming SLA meeting in June.

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Here is the Facebook message:

Its true, our Lower East Side store will be closing temporarily while we search for a new location! This weekend, we are offering 15% off on all the merchandise currently in the store, and even greater discounts on display models! Open 12-8 this holiday weekend: Sat, Sun & Mon.

No word yet on a replacement at 9 Clinton, if any.


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