Disney (DIS) is closing more of its retail locations despite expanding the number of shop-in-shop locations inside Target stores.

The latest round of North American store closures from Disney comes as Target announced that it has further extended its partnership with the company, adding more than 100 shop-in-shop experiences in its stores that will roll out just in time for the holidays.

Target and Disney formed their venture together back in 2019, adding 60 shop-in-shops in select stores, with the first 40 sites opening back in October 2020. The Disney shop-in-shops offer more than 450 items, including 100 top Disney-themed toys and accessories that are not available at its retail stores.

Disney first announced back in March that it was closing at least 60 stores by early March in North America, with its latest round of closures not slated to occur on or before Sept. 15, according to its store locator.

At the time that Disney announced that it was first shuttering its brick-and-mortar retail stores, the company said it was looking to focus on its e-commerce business by offering a new assortment of products and higher-end merchandise on its website.

The closures announced in March accounted for one-third of Disney’s total portfolio of stores.

According to USA Today, only about two dozen stores will remain following the latest round of closures, which do not affect Disney’s global theme parks, its Target shop-in-shops or its other locations, which include third-party retailers and outlet locations.

The list of stores slated to close, according to the store locater on the Disney website, include:

Arizona

  • Tempe (Arizona Mills)
  • Tucson (Tucson Premium Outlets)

California

  • Brea (Brea Mall)
  • Carlsbad (Carlsbad Premium Outlets)
  • Cerritos (Los Cerritos Shopping Center)
  • Concord (Sunvalley Mall)
  • Daly City (Serramonte Center)
  • Fresno (Fashion Fair)
  • Gilroy (Gilroy Premium Outlet)
  • Lakewood (Lakewood Center)
  • Los Angeles (Westfield Century City)
  • Modesto (Vintage Faire)
  • National City (Westfield Plaza Bonita)
  • San Francisco (Stockton Street)
  • Santa Clara (Westfield Valley Fair)
  • Sherman Oaks (Westfield Fashion Square)
  • Thousand Oaks (The Oaks)
  • Torrance (Del Amo Fashion Center)
  • Valencia (Valencia Town Center)

Connecticut

  • Danbury (Danbury Fair)
  • Farmington (Westfarms Mall)

Florida

  • Doral (Miami International Mall)
  • Lutz (Tampa Premium Outlets)
  • Miami (Dadeland Mall)
  • Orlando (The Florida Mall)

Georgia

  • Buford (Mall of Georgia)

Illinois

  • Aurora (Chicago Premium Outlets)
  • Chicago (North Michigan Avenue)
  • Gurnee (Gurnee Mills)
  • Schaumburg (Woodfield Mall)

Maryland

  • Clarksburg (Clarksburg Premium Outlets)

Massachusetts

  • Burlington (Burlington Mall)
  • Wrentham (Wrentham Village Premium Outlets)

Michigan

  • Auburn (Great Lakes Crossing)

Missouri

  • Chesterfield (St. Louis Premium Outlets)

Nevada

  • Las Vegas (Las Vegas South Premium Outlets)

New Hampshire

  • Merrimack (Merrimack Premium Outlet)

New Jersey

  • Deptford (Deptford Mall)
  • Edison (Menlo Park Mall)
  • Jackson (Jackson Premium Outlets)
  • Paramus (Garden State Plaza)

New York

  • Central Valley (Woodbury Common Premium Outlets)
  • Elmhurst (Queens Center)
  • Lake Grove (Smith Haven Mall)
  • Niagara Falls (Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls)

North Carolina

  • Charlotte (SouthPark Mall)
  • Concord (Concord Mills)

Pennsylvania

  • Limerick (Philadelphia Premium Outlet)
  • Whitehall (Lehigh Valley Mall)

Tennessee

  • Nashville (Opry Mills)

Texas

  • Houston (Houston Galleria)
  • McAllen (La Plaza Mall)
  • Mercedes (Rio Grand Valley Premium Outlets)
  • Round Rock (Round Rock Premium Outlets)

Utah

  • Salt Lake City (City Creek Center)

Virginia

  • Woodbridge (Potomac Mills)

Washington

  • Tukwila (Westfield Southcenter)

Disney store A Disney store logo is pictured. Photo: AFP / Frederic J. BROWN