A coffee chain with multiple Hudson Valley locations is going to close 150 locations due to over-saturation.

Bloomberg reported that Starbucks is going to close 150 locations in areas that are over-saturated with Starbucks. The company's growth has not been what executives were hoping for. Starbucks is hoping for a 1% growth at the end of the quarter, which is far less than the 2.9% growth analysts expected. This is Starbucks worst performance in 9 years.

An announcement like this comes on the heels of Starbucks raising coffee prices. The company also closed 800 stores recently for racial-bias training, after 2 black men were arrested for sitting in a Philadelphia Starbucks waiting for a friend.

The Hudson Valley is filled with Starbucks, it would be no surprise if local stores closed. Ironically, a new Starbucks is set to open in Dutchess County.

These are just some of the locations in the area:

  • Mid Hudson Center
  • Arlington Square
  • Poughkeepsie, South Road
  • SUNY New Paltz
  • NY Thruway Plattekill Rest Area
  • Fishkill Ransley Square
  • Newburgh
  • Rhinebeck, Tops Market
  • Target, Newburgh
  • Kingston, Massa Drive
  • Target, Kingston
  • NY Thruway, Ulster Rest Area
  • West Point Military Academy
  • Patterson, Acme
  • Carmel, Route 6
  • Somers, Stop and Shop
  • Target, Middletown
  • Middletown, Orange Plaza
  • Woodbury Commons Premium Outlets
  • Target, Monroe
  • Yorktown
  • Target, Mt. Kisco
  • Chappaqua
  • Briarcliff Manor
  • Ossining
  • New City
  • Pleasantville Memorial Plaza
  • Sloatsburg Travel Area
  • West Nyack, Target
  • Palisades Center
  • Suffern
  • Nanuet
  • The Shops at Nanuet
  • Nyack

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