The Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity unveiled its new building Thursday to the general public.

Over 40 community members visited the store, 514 Pillsbury Drive, to see the new space, offices and a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

“The location of this is so visual as people come into town,” said Karen Hibbard, director of the Manhattan Convention and Visitors Bureau.

The store used to be at 2711 Amherst Ave. The Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity announced it was moving locations last summer.

The Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore sells donated items at a lower price, including furniture, appliances and building materials, among several other items.

Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity, established in 1994, is a non-profit organization that builds homes for those in need, provides resources to the greater community and also recycles items at its ReStore. The organization celebrated 25 years of service in 2019.

In addition to introducing a new space, Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity is building its 29th home in Ogden.

The ReStore is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.