This three-story historic brick warehouse was built in the early 1900’s, and has been completely renovated by Cort Companies. The exterior of this property boasts an impressive mural; a fine example of art in the public place, while its modernized interior retains its authenticity through exposed brick and timber beams.
- A variety of office and program spaces
- Three gated parking lots
- High ceilings with exposed brick and timber beams
- Anchored by CalWorks and San Joaquin Office of Education
- Easy access to downtown and public transportation
Constructed in 1910, this building was originally used by the Sunset Door and Sash Company. The vernacular style structure is the oldest massive brick industrial complex still standing in Stockton . Remodeled in 1916, it became Sears Roebuck Company only mail order distribution center in California until 1927. This building is Stockton Historic Landmark No. 41 and was designated by Stockton City Council in 1986.