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New Habitat ReStore In Johnson City
The Johnson City Press published an article in Monday's edition featuring news of the new Holston Habitat for Humanity ReStore coming to Johnson City. The project has many exceptionally qualified individuals working on the store which will be located at 3201 Kimberly Court, just off Mountain View Road, adjacent to Interstate 26. Soldiers from Army recruitment centers in Clarksville, Nashville, Knoxville and Johnson City in Tennessee and in Elizabethton, Louisville and Lexington in Kentucky reported for duty to help work on the building, on target to open this fall.
A former industrial facility, the ReStore property is being renovated by Mitch Cox Companies and Universal Development and Construction for use as a commercial center. The facility is now accepting donations from the public of items such as new and used building supplies, materials and tools that will be sold to the public at discounted prices. Proceeds will go to Holston Habitat for Humanity to help build affordable homes for income-eligible families across the Tri-Cities. Habitat for Humanity ReStores are nonprofit home improvement stores and donation centers that sell new and gently used furniture, appliances, home accessories, building materials and more to the public at a fraction of the retail price.
If you'd be interested in making a materials donation, or if you would just like more information about the ReStore, visit HolstonHabitat.org or call store manager Lainey Howard at 423-202-7755 or Barry Osborne at 423-335-5573.
The Shields Team of Keller Williams Realty wish to congratulate the new facility!
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