HACKENSACK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A longtime file retailer in New Jersey is closing its doorways.
The File King on Primary Avenue in Hackensack has been a go-to spot for music lovers for 56 years.
The shop survived the pandemic however is being torn down as a part of a redevelopment plan.
Proprietor Craig Stepneski says it’s disappointing, as vinyl is making a serious comeback.
“They’ve a hotter sound, and I feel persons are discovering how cool it’s … Whenever you’ve acquired 100,000 data like I do, it’s like, you need to are available in and also you need to look, see what’s there, discover that hidden treasure,” he stated.
The shop was supposed to shut Saturday, however the proprietor is hoping to remain open till a minimum of the top of August.