• 15,000 SF

    Retail Space

  • 2012

    Project Completion

  • $2.9 Million

    Project Cost

A Madison landmark that had sadly fallen into severe disrepair, the Madison Depot and the grounds surrounding it that once housed its yards were in a severely dilapidated state at the time of The Alexander Company’s intervention.


As part of the restoration of the Historic Madison Depot, an art program was enacted. An era-appropriate train was purchased and towed to the site, then fully converted into one-of-a-kind commercial spaces.

The depot itself was converted into a high-end restaurant with a separate bar that mimicked those of the railroad era. The primary walls of the restaurant were adorned with hand painted murals with railroad station themes.

The finished project serves as a shining example of historic preservation and the adaptive re-use of locally beloved structure.