Mahala Burns, Broker
The Budd Building is part of Stockton’s historic fabric. This building is one of the few buildings in downtown Stockton that is condominiumized. The building has three stories with separate owners on each floor. The building is fully occupied with professional offices.
The building is located in the heart of Downtown Stockton. It is close to two major parking garages, Downtown Transit Center and just a block away from the Cinema Plaza and waterfront.
- 8 offices, library and two restrooms
- New roof, plumbing, earthquake standard
- Elevator or stair access
- 8 X 10 dry storage
- Parking garage across the street
- Heart of Downtown Stockton’s Business District
The Budd Building was constructed in 1894 and was the private residence of the 19th Governor of California, James Budd, elected in 1895. Later, Mrs. Lucinda Budd used the building as a private boarding house. The building was called the Berkeley Apartments from 1916 to 1920 and then became the Budd Apartments. The two ground floor spaces were occupied by C.H. Widdows and H.G. Bissel, civil engineers , and W.C. Mann, a plumber from 1930 through 1950.
Address / Location
333 East Channel Street, 2nd Floor, Stockton CA 95202