Yesterday my wife and I decided to take a day trip to Seattle. The goal was to visit Woodcraft, Rockler, downtown Seattle (used/rare bookstores, antique stores, craft stores, etc.) and Crosscut Hardwoods, the purpose of this thread.
Crosscut is located just South of downtown Seattle, not far from the Mariners baseball stadium. This area is full of old warehouses and manufacturing buildings, most from early in the 20th century and some older. The location of Crosscut is in one of these old warehouses. It is a large warehouse with many rooms. I took these pictures with my camera phone.
Last time I was here much of the floor space was taken up with giant slabs of waterfall bulbinga with tags of woodworking shops they were destined for. This time, most of it was gone. I found just a couple piles this time.
This section (below) is where they have stacked 16/4 and 12/4 rough hardwood.
This is a picture of where they stack the pallets that come from the trucks. They will break these piles down and stack them in their proper sections.
It is hard to convey the size of this place. I have to run out right now, but when I get back I will post some other observations and some pricing that I noted.