Aug 17, 2015

Victorian Back Bar with Marble Columns



Return to an era of unparalleled craftsmanship and elegance with this very scarce, third quarter 19th century Victorian back bar from an old New York City tavern. Made of old growth quarter sawn oak, it features carved egrets surrounding the beveled side mirrors and rarely seen marble columns. A bar of this age and quality is truly unique. This piece has undergone a recent restoration and is in excellent, fully operational condition. Just removed from its last location, it can go back into service immediately. The back bar measures 195"(W) 111"(H) 22.25"(D). Customization and installation services available. Please contact us for more information!


Jul 28, 2015

Another NYC travesty - important architectural
history is coming down in Brooklyn!

A perfectly intact 19th century church is being sacrificed for another residential development. Demolition Depot has been commissioned to sell the entire contents of this historic church before its demolition therefore Time is of the Essence! We wish in a perfect world that someone that has a need for an entire building will step up and re-assemble this structure or find a use for hand cut granite and sandstone and trusses. There was no expense spared when they built the building. The finest of materials at that time were used. The stained glass windows are of Tiffany quality some with drapery and multi-layered glazing. In this particular job we can save the doorways with the hand cut stone surrounds. Additional features are a very nice tiled floor and a quantity of pressed tin walls and ceilings, lighting, etc.

Please let us know what interests you after checking out what Demolition Depot was able to salvage from this property, and also learn more about the church's history on brownstoner's website.


Click on the images above to see all items salvaged from this property!


Jun 26, 2015

So many upcoming deconstructions,
yet so little time to inventory them all!

It is shaping up to be a busy summer. We have several projects in the initial stages of deconstruction and many exciting new items are yet to be inventoried. But just because our plates are full, doesn’t mean you should have to wait on that perfect piece. So to help you find what you are looking for as soon as possible, we are introducing a special “Upcoming & Current Deconstruction” section to our website. Here you can browse projects that are in the works and get a preview of items we expect to become available. If something catches your eye, just contact us for further details. Keep in mind, this is a sneak peak so some items may not make it into inventory, and make sure to check back often as we will update it frequently.



Jun 16, 2015

Irreplaceable Artifacts / Demolition Depot
now available on 1stDibs.com



We are pleased to announce that some of our finest pieces are now available for purchase through premium online antiques marketplace 1stdibs.com. Currently listed items included antique fireplace mantels, chandeliers, windows , window guards and grills in cast iron and bronze, a pair of exceptional Beaux Arts period door panels and an elegant Georgian Revival overmantel mirror. Click on the image above to view all available items, and remember to check back as additional pieces become available.




Apr 2, 2015

Salvaging the Rich History of 489 Washington Ave
in Brooklyn, New York


Yet again, Brooklyn is losing a piece of architectural history as another 19th century property is slated to be demolished. The rich and varied history of this particular building was provided by our friends at Brownstoner.com

Originally built as a private home for an affluent Brooklyn family, the house has been the post and museum for a Civil War veterans’ organization, a dance hall and ultimately a Pentecostal Church. The hope, according to Brownstoner, was that such a historic property would stand the test of time. Unfortunately this was not to be. However, Demolition Depot has saved many of the last remaining pieces representing the building’s fascinating history. From the magnificent stained glass ceiling with the Grand Army of the Republic insignia, to transom windows honoring the different branches of military service, to religious furniture from the properties’ last owners and a selection of stone fireplace mantels. If you wish to see all items we were able to salvage from 489 Washington Ave in Brooklyn, NY click on the image below.



Feb 26, 2015

Large collection of architectural elements
salvaged from an Upper West Side townhouse

Upper West Side Townhouse Salvage in New York

This impressive property is supplying a large amount of original architectural elements and building materials perfect for any restoration, building or design project. Available items include two paneled rooms, stair railings and stairwell wainscoting, parquet flooring, beautifully detailed wood and cast stone fireplace mantels, interior paneled  and pocket doors, and plumping fixtures. Click on the images above for additional information or contact us to inquire. You may also visit our website DemolitionDepot.com to view a larger selection of our paneled rooms, building materials and all other architectural artifacts.

Dec 29, 2014

Let there be warm and cozy light ...

Let the soft glow of colored glass lighting warm up your holiday season and beyond. Demolition Depot has a beautiful selection of stained glass, slag glass and art glass fixtures to compliment your interior space. And remember, if colored glass is not quite right, we also have an extensive collection of antique and vintage lighting, from crystal chandeliers and wall sconces to lanterns and ceiling fixtures. In addition, our new category features contemporary lighting options for your home or business. Please take a look at the image below or contact us to inquire. You may also visit our website to view a larger range of interior and exterior lighting.



1. Pendant fixture | 2. Murano glass chandelier | 3. Bradley and Hubbard fixture
4. Bronze cathedral lantern | 5. Chandelier with signed Nuart glass shades
6. Hanging globe light| 7. Bronze hanging lantern | 8. Bradley and Hubbard fixture
9. Chandelier with iridescent Nuart glass shades


Dec 22, 2014

Holiday Greetings from Demolition Depot!

Holiday Greetings from Demolition Depot


Also please keep in mind that our showroom will be CLOSED on Dec 25, 2014 and Jan 1, 2015. In addition, on Dec 24 and Dec 31 we will CLOSE at 3PM, and on Dec 26-27, 2014 and Jan 2-3, 2015 we will be OPEN by appointment only!

Dec 12, 2014

The Tree of Life -
A Mid-Century interpretation of a timeless symbol!

In addition to being the premier location for architectural artifacts, Demolition Depot has a large selection of unique artwork. Objects include vintage prints and photography, paintings, sculptures and garden ornaments, and other interesting items. One of the unique pieces we have in our inventory is the "Tree of Life".

Tree of Life | Demolition Depot in New York

“The Tree of Life is an important symbol in nearly every culture. With its branches reaching into the sky, and roots deep in the earth, it dwells in three worlds- a link between heaven, the earth, and the underworld, uniting above and below. It is both a feminine symbol, bearing sustenance, and a masculine, visibly phallic symbol- another union.” - read more

For more information on the “Tree of Life” or other items in our collection visit our website www.DemolitionDepot.com or contact us to inquire.

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