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G at Greenpoint Ave.
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This venue is closed.
At 6,000 square feet, Wizard Electroland offers an expansive array of consumer electronics, including sections for computers, cameras, TVs, home-entertainment systems, iPods and other MP3 players (plus accessories), and video games. The store opened in 1995 to serve the needs of the neighborhood’s large Polish community, and most of the sales staff is bilingual. Since then, the clientele has expanded to customers of all nationalities—including a growing influx of artists and twentysomethings. The spot resembles Manhattan megastores B&H Photo and Video and J&R Music and Computer World in Manhattan, with similar prices and a wide selection of brands.
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