Disney announced four more New York stores are closing including the last Disney Store in the Hudson Valley.

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In March 2021, Disney announced plans to close at least 60 stores in North America this year. 40 stores were closed in April.

In May, Hudson Valley Post reported Disney recently closed its Disney Store located inside the Palisades Center in Rockland County. The West Nyack location was one of seven stores that officially closed for good on or around May 19.

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USA Today reports Disney is now closing 60 more full-size stores across the country including four in New York. Among the four closures is the Disney Store located in Central Valley at the Woodbury Common Premium outlets.

Other New York Disney stores that will close are located in Elmhurst, Lake Grove and Niagara Falls. Close to the Hudson Valley the Disney Store in Danbury, CT and Paramus, NJ are also closing.

All of the stores will close "on or before" Sept. 15, according to Disney.

Disney has other New York stores in Albany, Garden City, New York City,  and Syracuse, according to its website.

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