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OUR SLABS:  We sell full length boards and will custom cut to your specifications.  We can cut 45" wide by 50' long. We always try to keep slabs from the same tree together, matching the grain and allowing you to create projects out of one New York City tree.  They are great for bartops, tabletops, desks, counters, benches, etc.  

Please click the tree types below to view a sampling of our  inventory. We currently have over 150k board feet of slab material on hand for you to choose from.  Contact us about availability and size.

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OUR WOOD:

 Most of our trees are local and come from within 20 miles of New York City.  Some of these trees may be over 200 years old and have lived through significant historical events in the famous New York City parks that we know and love.  As trees in the five boroughs are taken down for various reasons, they are usually turned into mulch or firewood.   NYCitySlab saves these trees so that you can give them a second chance at life in your home. To date, we have sourced wood from the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy in the following places: Lower East Side Waterfront Park, Peter Cooper Village / Stuyvesant Town, Savoy Park Apartments, and Riverton Houses.  

Most of our trees are local and come from within 20 miles of New York City.  Some of these trees may be over 200 years old and have lived through significant historical events in the famous New York City parks that we know and love.  As trees in the five boroughs are taken down for various reasons, they are usually turned into mulch or firewood. 

NYCitySlab saves these trees so that you can give them a second chance at life in your home. To date, we have sourced wood from the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy in the following places: Lower East Side Waterfront Park, Peter Cooper Village / Stuyvesant Town, Savoy Park Apartments, and Riverton Houses.  


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