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Habitat for Humanity Warehouse Liquidation at Alameda Point

Habitat for Humanity’s East Bay ReStore, a not-for-profit retail store, will hold a warehouse liquidation sale of new and used building materials at its Alameda Point warehouse on April 1st, 2nd and 3rd.

According to a spokesperson for the agency, warehouse space has recently become available near the ReStore’s retail store location in Oakland at San Leandro and 98th Avenue. Moving the warehouse closer to the retail store will save money through better control of inventory and less transportation of goods between the warehouse and the store.

“The ReStore has received many donations in the past few years from builders and suppliers who were unable to complete construction projects. We have stored these items and many other donations at our warehouse and will sell them as we prepare for our move to a new storage facility,” said Frank Atkins, ReStore Manager. “All proceeds from items sold at this event, will bring in funds which will help Habitat East Bay build and rehabilitate homes,” Atkins continued. The agency says that in the past five years, the retail store has helped fund the construction of 13 Habitat for Humanity homes in Alameda County and Contra Costa County.

The warehouse, located at 150 West Trident Avenue on Alameda Point, will be open for wholesalers and contractors on April 1st, and to the general public on April 2nd and 3rd. For an inventory of items available for sale, visit

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