The Sperry Building goes up for sale

The 1888 Sperry Building, a small but lovely vestige of Stockton’s pioneer waterfront, is on the market again.

The Sperry office building at 146 W. Weber Avenue.

I guess the Monterey couple who bought it in 2015, the Kovaliks, couldn’t find a tenant.

Cort Companies' Mahala Burns in the historic Sperry Office Building in 2015.

I wonder how, if at all, the city’s purchase of the twin towers for a new City Hall will affect the building’s prospects.


The Sperry Office Staff around 1919 outside the company's office. Photo courtesy The Haggin Museum.

Want to buy the Sperry Building? Contact Mahala Burns at the Cort Cos., (209) 235-5231.

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