The move means the non-profit can help more families. At the store's grand opening on Friday, Habitat's Executive Director Amy Schutz said the store helps the organization fulfill its mission.
"Each and every day the store is open it helps us to gain those funds that allow us to eliminate substandard housing in the Wiregrass area," said Schutz.
The new store is 5,500 square feet. The space was only one of the reasons the nonprofit moved.
"The biggest part of the change was the location. We needed to make ourselves more visible and this is easy to find and it's a better building, "continued Schutz.
The Restore offers discounted items for the home like appliances and hardware. All the merchandise is donated from businesses and people in the community.