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Martinson Hall

Mount Horeb, WI

Event space with industrial vibe and historic charm a welcome addition to Madison suburb

Sketch of the building after
Building before
11,080 square foot building with second-floor event space after

Martinson Hall is the newest event venue in the heart of downtown Mount Horeb, a rural suburb of Madison, Wisconsin.

The space is located within 108 S. 2nd Street, a 11,080 square foot historic building that has undergone the first of two planned renovations by Madison area contractor, National Construction.

The historic renovation was driven in part by a new tax increment district (TID) in the Madison suburb’s downtown. National Construction completed extensive structural work while retaining the integrity of unique original elements such as the brick walls. Four bathrooms and a ramp, elevator and other modifications were completed for accessibility and increased functionality.

Event space with historic and industrial design
Reclaimed barn wood flooring
Original brick walls
Lacquered bar with custom wood top
Event space
Timber beams and columns
1,633 square foot outdoor patio

Event coordinators describe the space as having historic charm and industrial design. Features include a custom wood top, lacquered bar; reclaimed barn wood flooring; and custom metal railing.

A new 1,633 square foot second-floor outdoor patio was constructed and overlooks the Military Ridge Bike Trail.

The building was originally constructed in 1912 and housed the Reilly Brothers Farm Implement Store and several other businesses through its history, including that of its namesake entrepreneurs Olaus and Sever Martinson.

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