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Habitat for Humanity ReStore to re-open on Billings West End

Posted at 6:53 PM, Mar 01, 2019
and last updated 2019-03-01 20:57:43-05

BILLINGS – Following a structure fire in November 2018, the Habitat for Humanity ReStore will move to a new location in Billings at 685 King Park Dr.

“I think this is going to be a great location for donors and shoppers. We’ve got a great amount of space, a great amount of natural light, said Jim Woolyhand, Yellowstone Valley Habitat for Humanity executive director. “It’s in a location that everybody in Billings and throughout the county has to come to for shopping.”

The space was formerly occupied by Mattress Land and 406 Warehouse. The building boasts 18,000 square feet of retail space, two showrooms, and five docking bay doors to make donating materials easier.  

The new building needs new inventory. Ninety-five percent of their old materials were lost in the fire at the previous location.

“Now we really need the community to come out and help us replenish our inventory, so folks can come and shop here,” said Woolyhand.

If you have any gently used flooring, furniture, appliances, cabinets, or other home improvement materials for donation, they can be dropped off any time after next Monday.

The Habitat for Humanity Restore is not open to the public until April 1. ReStore representatives will be accepting donations throughout the month of March.