Over the last several months, Urban Evolutions reclaimed over two million board feet of timbers and approximately 200,000 square feet of factory maple.

We currently have inventory of the following products using the heart pine:

And our inventory of products using factory maple includes:

The heart pine factory timbers are from trees that are over 400 years old and are referred to as “southern steel” for their use in construction before steel was available.

The factory maple material showcases color variation along with the rustic overtones from cart tracks, boot patterns, and mineral stains.

The four-story structure, located at 615 Marquette Street, is the former J.I. Case Plow Works factory. It was constructed in 1901 for manufacturing and storage purposes and later used for office space. The buildings located on Water Street are former J.I. Case Co. factories.

You can read more about this project as it was featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Racine Journal Times as well as Appleton’s Post Crescent.

If you are interested, call/text Jeff Janson at (920) 205-0887 before it is all gone.