Abandoned and Historic The Henery Apartments of Stockton

dead cat inside abandoned apartment

The Henery Apartments are at 121 South Sutter Street in the city of Stockton, San Joaquin County, California.

The Henery Apartments were built in Stockton in 1913. The historic structure was designed by Glen Allen and constructed of brick and terra cotta. Arthur W. Cowell is said to have been the head brick mason erector of The Henery Apartments. Stylized in Second Empire majestic architecture and sporting a Mansard roof (a 4 sided gambrel hip roof with dormer windows), decorative molding and 6 floors plus a basement. The lobby ceiling had bronze medallions and coffers decoratively placed showing elegant style. The interior expressed marble and terrazzo walls and floors. At some point there was a fire within The Henery Apartments that did a bit of damage to several rooms.

The Henery Apartments were added to the list of Stockton landmarks in 1986. Currently there is a sidewalk guard up in front of the apartment to protect walkers from possible falling stone ornamental facade. The future of The Henery Apartments is unknown.

Where are the historic and abandoned Henery Apartments located? You can find them with these coordinates. 37.952096,-121.285702

Images 1, 3 and 4 used and licensed under CC BY NC 2.0. Images 1, 3 and 4 by Jonathan Haeber / Tunnelbug -> view his website at www.terrastories.com.

Facebook Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *