The Henery Apartments


HISTORY 


The Henery Apartments on South Sutter Street in Stockton were designed for Samuel Henery by Stockton's well known architect, Glenn Allen and resurected by Clark and Henery Construction in 1913. The brick and terracotta building has a Mansard roof style and three dormers facing Sutter Street and was the first evidence of French Second Empire style in Stockton. Glenn Allen, architect from 1913 until 1938, is also known for the Stockton Civic Memorial Auditorium, the Jewish Community Center, First Church of Christ Scientist, Mayfair Apartments, Tudor Flats and the Hotel Terry.

The Henery Apartments were designated a Stockton Landmark in 1986.


RECENT PHOTOS

"Lobby Call" - The main lobby of the Henery Apartments



"Labyrinth" - Main staircase


"Seaweed" - Apartment bathroom


"Apartment Livin" - One of two Murphy Beds left in the building


"Tropics" - Flamingo detail on a ceramic clawfoot tub


"Woven" - Heater inside an apartment unit


"Lottery" - Inside the basement of the building


"Boob Tube" - Old television and vacuum inside the basement of the Henery Apartments