• 69


  • 13


  • 37

    Hotel Rooms

  • 1993-1995

    Project Completion

  • $14.4 Million

    Project Cost

Located on the Fox River in De Pere, Wisconsin, the C.A. Lawton Company General Machine and Foundry Shop was originally built in 1880. When The Alexander Company become involved, the building had become dilapidated and the surrounding site was being used as landfill for appliances.

The redevelopment of the area followed ten years of planning and preparation by De Pere's Main Street Project.

The Alexander Company’s master plan included the adaptive re-use of the Lawton Foundry building as well as the construction of the new Arbor Landing residences and the upscale James Street Inn. The Lawton Foundry buildings were renovated into flat style apartments and townhomes. Each residence has its own unique floor plan and many of the outstanding historic elements were retained in order to preserve the integrity of the project.

Located in the middle of downtown De Pere, the development is just a short walk from shops and restaurants, and has splendid views of Voyageur Park and the Fox River.