Adina Town Hall donates preloved furniture as it undergoes a major refurbishment

Preloved furniture from Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Town Hall is being donated to charity ReLove.

As construction begins on the multi-million-dollar transformation of Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Town Hall, preloved furniture and fixtures from the hotel’s apartments has been donated to Sydney furniture rescue charity ReLove.

Furniture, artwork mirrors, kitchen appliances, and even dust pans and brooms have been saved from potential land fill and, with the help of ReLove, will find a new lease of life.

“With the introduction of TFE Hotels’ Global People, Social Conscience ESG charter last year, we encourage our owners and our hotel teams to make a difference in the lives of the communities in which we operate,” said Chris Sedgwick, TFE Hotels Group Chief Operating Officer.

Image of Adina Town Hall refurbished guest room.

“And, as a group, we are making a commitment to sustainable practices, so we’re thrilled to see these items go to good homes and not into landfill.”

ReLove co-founder Ren Fernando said the free store primarily supported women and children impacted by domestic violence and people experiencing homelessness, asylum seekers or people coming out of incarceration.

“Donations like these directly contribute to supporting individuals in crisis by furnishing them with safe and welcoming homes,” she said. “It has been a great process working with the TOGA and hotel teams to investigate the scope of what can be rescued from the Adina.”

Adina Town Hall closed its doors for major refurbishment works last month, with a target completion date of December 2024.