The beauty and lifestyle store chain Zara will close its flagship Beauty Salon in the Hudson Valley.
The chain’s Hudson Valley headquarters will remain open, but the store’s main location at 607 Hudson Street in Manhattan will close on March 21, a spokesperson said.
The closure will include the former beauty salon on Hudson Street, which was the largest beauty and salon in New York City.
Zara’s Hudson Street location was the third largest in the city, behind Zara NYC and Zara Beauty.
The Hudson Valley store opened in 2014.
Zarab’s location, which opened in 2011, also will close, the spokesperson said in a statement.
“The Hudson Valley location is a beloved destination for our community, with the unique opportunity to showcase the latest in beauty, and for a truly unique shopping experience.
As the Hudson River continues to flood and the Hudson Bay continues to drain, we can’t continue to do business with the company that has taken over the Hudson for the past 30 years,” Zara CEO John Zarabi said in the statement.
The company will close the Hudson location at the end of March, according to a statement from Zara on its website.
Zareena Hines, the Hudson County executive who was appointed to lead Zara during the company’s bankruptcy, said in January that she was working with Zara officials to find a new location for the Hudson store.
Zaryne Riesch, the company president, said the Hudson site is “now open and available to be explored.”
Hines said she had been meeting with officials in recent weeks to explore the idea of closing the Hudson facility.
Zaria closed the Hudson Beauty Salon and Hair Salon in 2017, which closed after a year and a half.
Zarah Beauty and NOLAS Beauty Salon, which were both in the area, are also closing their Hudson Valley locations.