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Woodbridge Babies "R" Us store closing

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Babies "R" Us store in Woodbridge. Courtesy Google Maps

The Babies “R” Us store on Prince William Parkway is on the closure list after Toys “R” Us filed for bankruptcy this fall.

The toy retailer is closing 180 stores across the country as part of its plan to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In Virginia, the Babies “R” Us at 14173 Crossing Place, across Prince William Parkway from Target, is on the list, though no date has been announced.

Toys “R” Us officials told Bloomberg news that some of its baby and toy stores will merge into one “co-branded experience.”

The Toys “R” Us store at Telegraph Road and Opitz Boulevard near Potomac Mills mall is not on the closure list, but it was unclear Wednesday if the two stores would merge.

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