This is a high-profile commercial building in the heart of Downtown Stockton’s Business District. The existing floor plan is ideal for many uses, including professional offices, government programs, non-profits, church, or community center.
Great location on a busy Main Street corner. Next to the Chase Building, and surrounded by City and County offices, two charter schools with over 1,500 students, and private sector offices, retail and restaurants.
- 30,000 Square Feet on three floors
- Plus full usable Basement of 10,000 square feet
- Excellent visibility and signage opportunities
- Heart of Downtown Business District
- Close to Government Offices, Bob Hope Theater, Cineplex
- Parking garage half block from Building
This building was originally built in 1882 as the Avon Theater and is one of Stockton’s oldest downtown buildings. The Avon Theater, with its Classical Revival architecture had a seating capacity of 1,200 and reportedly excellent acoustics.
The seats were arranged in an amphitheater format and the theater occupied the second and third floors, while businesses were housed on the first floor.
It was eventually converted to a J.C. Penney store, and in 1950 it became the Mode O’Day Department Store.
Renovated in 2007, it was home to the San Joaquin County Treasurer/ Tax Collector for several years.
Address / Location
Mahala Burns, Broker