Eagle Electric
Eagle Electric
Owner Abandoned
Employees None
Hours of Operation None
Current Status Blown up by Elias de Luca

Most notable business collapse in Queens was that of Eagle Electric, a major manufacturer based out of Long Island City for decades, comprised of acres of warehouses and manufacturing plants designed to produce electronic components to suit all sorts of needs. The western warehouse of the Eagle Electric lot was an enormous and foreboding red-painted building made entirely from sheets of ridged steel. Amidst the grass growing up through the cracks in the pavement and the burned out cars in the parking lot, it seemed just as uninhabited as the rest of the area. A large and ruined sign at the top of the office and manufacturing building prominently read, "Eagle Electric—Perfection Is Not An Accident."

But that was before it exploded.

Major IC Events


  • Eagle Electric's abandoned facilities became the operations base for Kazimir Volken and his purifiers. They were demolished in an explosion on January 28th, 2009, during the final confrontation between Vanguard and Phoenix.
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