Although they are strong and durable, masonry walls face demolition due to various reasons. Current research presents the demolition process of a reinforced concrete building having hollow brick masonry infill walls, which was constructed during the 1990s in Cigdem District in Ankara as a cooperative mass housing project. The wall sections with horizontally perforated bricks that were accumulated on the plot as a result of the demolition pointed out that they can be suitable for a reusing project. Bricks, plaster, and mortar samples were tested under compression as well as initial shear strength tests on wall sections in a laboratory. Strength results and other physical parameters assessed stayed above the limiting values defined in the related standards. Therefore, it was concluded that obtained material is appropriate for reusing and a method was proposed for the proper integration.