It just isn't economical
The trees have a very expansive branch network, and the branches of nearby trees are interwoven. Since those interwoven branches are also very strong, they are able to support the weight of the tree even if the base is removed.
If someone wants to cut down such a tree, they have to, after cutting it down at its base, go along the upper half of its trunk and cut down the branches that are now keeping the tree upright. If you have a team of experienced loggers that are also experienced alpinists, this process still takes multiple days, and is filled with casualties. And you have to pay a lot of money to get a team of professionals to do something that will kill at least a few of them in the timespan of a few days.
Furthermore, the expensive equipment used for climbing the trees, and the expensive lumber that is up for grabs at the end of the process attracts all kinds of bandits, so you have to pay through the nose for security too.
When getting it out of the forest, you can't even rotate the trunk because other giant trees would get in the way, so you'd have to drag something that weighs a few hundred tons in the direction that it fell, even if the terrain in that direction isn't favorable. So you have to cut it up into smaller pieces, which reduces its value. That also requires labour, and the labour has to be at least somewhat qualified, to prevent ruining the wood.
After all that is taken care of, you have a sizeable workforce of at least a few dozen people, most likely more, that still needs to be fed, and the encampment isn't anywhere where food can be grown (it's dark in the forest). So you also have to import food (and other things required for living) for them, and the caravan also needs protection because of bandits.