The total of near 400 closures would be 45 percent of the toy retailer's total number of stores.
Toys 'R' Us also reversed plans to offer severance packages to all affected employees, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The locations of the 200 stores were not available.
Toys 'R' Us, which filed for bankruptcy last fall, announced on Jan. 24 it planned on closing the 182 outlets, according to a court filing.
A shift by customers to online shopping and increased competition led to the move, the Wayne, New Jersey-based company said.
Here is a rundown of tristate area stores scheduled for closures announced Jan. 24:
Yonkers, 2700 Central Park Avenue
College Point, 139-19 20th Avenue
Union Square, 24-30 Union Square East
Sayville, 5181 Sunrise Highway
Massapequa, 5214 Sunrise Highway
Henrietta, 2335 Marketplace Drive
Amherst, 1569 Niagara Falls Boulevard
Kingston, 401 Frank Sottile Boulevard
Glens Falls, 708 Upper Glen Street
Latham, 221 Wade Road Extension
Middle Village, 66 Metropolitan Avenue
Westbury, 1350 Corporate Drive
Commack, 108 Veterans Memorial Highway
Williamsport, 461 Lycoming Mall Circle
Greece, 1530 Ridge Rd. West
Phillipsburg, 1280 Rt. 22 & St. James Avenue
Eatontown, 137 Route 35
Bridgewater,100 Promenade Boulevard
Union, 2700 Route 22 East
North Brunswick, 909 US Hwy 1 South.
Burlington, Rt. 541 & Cadillac Road
Cherry Hill, 2135 Route 38
Wayne, 7 Wayne Hills Mall
Paramus, 545 Route 17 South
East Hanover, 98 Route 10 West
Elizabeth (Kids World), 900 Center Drive
Mount Olive, 50 International Drive South
North Haven, 376 North Universal Drive
Waterbury, 275 Union Street
Newington, 3491 Berlin Turnpike
Manchester, 169 Hale Road
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