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Etan Patz’s parents move out of NYC 40 years after son’s infamous disappearance

Forty years after their 6-year-old son Etan Patz disappeared on a Soho street, Julie and Stan Patz have started a new chapter. The couple quietly sold their Prince Street loft this summer and relocated to Hawaii in ­recent weeks, The Post has learned. “They are moving on . . . to a beautiful place to share whatever time they have left with their child and their grandchildren,” longtime neighbor Susan Meisel told The Post. The couple’s son Ari, who was 2 when his brother went missing, lives in the Aloha State. Their daughter, Shira, was 8 at the time of Etan’s disappearance. According to StreetEasy, the family’s 2,350-square foot-loft at 113 Prince St. sold for 3.75 million in June. Reached by phone, Julie had no commen ...