The grand opening at 378 Harlow St. began at 9 a.m.
Community members were invited to check out the new location and take part in coupon drawings and complimentary donuts.
The new location will allow Habitat for Humanity to accept more donations.
"We were just overcrowded in our old location and we were looking for a place where we could accept more donations and show off what we had in a neater, more organized way," Habitat Executive Director Lynn Hempen said.
The restore provides the community with many a variety of low-cost options for building materials, furniture, and appliances.
All of the proceeds go back to Habitat for Humanity's home ownership and repair programs.