Cristina Fard
Apr 21, · 5 months
NEWS FROM RENOVATION ANGEL
Celebrating 15 Years of Luxury Recycling with 150E58 Magazine
POSTED ON Apr 21, 2020 BY Cristina Fard
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This Earth Day we celebrate the fact that 15 years ago our founder Steve Feldman launched Renovation Angel with one simple charitable mission: to protect the earth, create new jobs, and help those in need.⁠

Since our founding we have proudly recycled over 7,000 kitchens, hundreds of bathrooms, and assorted other home renovation items (including furniture, art, and lighting). We have created over $24 million in new jobs, and have given back over $2.3 million to charities that combat homelessness, help at risk youth, and people in addiction recovery.⁠

We are the only kitchen recycling company in the country, based in Fairfield, New Jersey with crews in California, Texas, Chicago, Florida, and the Hamptons. As Feldman says in our most recent 150E58 coverage, "Wherever there is a nice kitchen, we're there." ⁠

150E58 Magazine


The Architect’s & Designers Building at 150 E. 58th St. is New York’s "go to" for kitchen, bath, and fine luxury furnishings. For more than twenty years, the A&D Building has been New York’s ultimate showroom resource featuring New York City’s largest selection of luxury kitchen and bath, appliances, cabinetry, tile and stone, wood flooring, custom A/V, carpets, outdoor furniture, lighting, window treatments, and high-end residential and contract furniture.

Launched in Spring 2019, 150E58 Magazine captures the essence of the 40 showrooms in the A&D Building through visually appealing photography and stories that engage its readers. As an authority on luxury products for residential and commercial projects, the magazine delivers cutting-edge trend coverage, curated product stories, the latest design voices, and projects from around the world.

Renovation Angel was honored to be featured in 150E58's most recent issue in an article titled "Calling All Angels" by Deborah L. Martin. As Deborah states, "As the global conversation about climate change heats up, people are starting to realize that there is no such thing as throwing something away."  So this Earth Day we wish to focus on the wonderful past that has brought us to this special 2020 moment.

Read the full article on page 60-61 to learn more about our past, present, and future goals.

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