Disney (DIS) joined a growing list of retailers to announce they are shuttering stores in 2021 amid the pandemic earlier this month, and now the company has revealed which locations will be closed.

The company said in early March that at least 60 stores would shut down in North America this year as it moved away from brick-and-mortar locations and focused on its e-commerce business. The reductions account for one-third of Disney’s store portfolio.

As Disney made the decision to close stores, it said that its e-commerce offering would feature a new assortment and higher-end merchandise throughout its Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars-branded products.

The company also said that it was evaluating significant store closures in Europe but not in Japan or China, Reuters reported.

Disney currently has 300 stores and over 600 Disney Park stores globally, as well as a number of third-party retailers and outlet locations worldwide.

The locations scheduled to be closed will not impact Disney shops inside Target or the company’s Disney Park locations, USA Today said.

The 40 Disney stores slated to close on or before March 23, as reported by WDW News Today, using the ShopDisney.com store locator, include:

Arizona

  • Chandler
  • Glendale (Arrowhead)
  • Scottsdale

California

  • Arcadia (Westfield Santa Anita)
  • Mission Viejo
  • Montclair
  • Montebello
  • Roseville (Westfield Galleria)
  • Salinas (Northridge Mall)
  • San Diego (Fashion Valley Mall)
  • San Jose (Oakridge Mall)
  • Santa Monica

Colorado

  • Broomfield (Flatiron Crossing)

Florida

  • Miami (Aventura Mall)
  • Tampa (International Plaza)

Illinois

  • Chicago (State Street)
  • Rosemont (Fashion Outlets)

Indiana

  • Indianapolis (Castleton Square)
  • Merrillville (Southlake Mall)

Kansas

  • Overland Park (Oak Park Mall)

Maryland

  • Baltimore (White Marsh Mall)
  • Hanover (Arundel Mills)

Missouri

  • St. Louis

New Jersey

  • Freehold

New York

  • Riverhead
  • Staten Island

Ohio

  • North Olmsted (Great Northern Mall)

Oregon

  • Portland (Clackamas Town Center)

Pennsylvania

  • Pittsburgh (South Hills Village)
  • Springfield

Tennessee

  • Knoxville (West Town Mall)

Texas

  • El Paso (Cielo Vista Mall)
  • Houston (Memorial City)
  • Houston (Willowbrook Mall)
  • Laredo (Mall Del Norteo)
  • San Antonio (Ingram Park Mall)
  • San Antonio (North Star Mall)
  • San Antonio (Rivercenter)

Canada

  • Mississauga (Square One Shopping Centre)
  • Rocky View, Alberta

Shares of Disney were trading at $197.27 as of premarket open, up $2.76 or 1.42%.

Disney, which had previously said it would cut 28,000 jobs without specifying when, has struggled with the pandemic and social distancing measures Disney, which had previously said it would cut 28,000 jobs without specifying when, has struggled with the pandemic and social distancing measures Photo: AFP / Frederic J. BROWN