190 kerr, oakville, Ontario.
Nestled in a quiet residential neighbourhood, this ten storey hi-rise is conveniently located minutes south of the QEW at Kerr Street and the Oakville Go Train Station..
In close proximity to Fortino’s, the Beer Store, and Downtown Oakville, you will find almost every amenity is within walking distance from the building.
In 1827, Oakville was auctioned off to William Chisholm. He left the development of the area to his son, Robert Kerr Chisholm and his brother-in-law, Merrick Thomas.
The town eventually became industrialized with the opening of Cities Service Canada (later BP Canada, and now Petro Canada) and Shell Canada oil refineries (both now closed), the Procor factory (no longer manufacturing), and, most importantly, the Ford Motor Company’s Canadian headquarters and plant, all close to the Canadian National Railway and the Queen Elizabeth Way highway between Toronto and Fort Erie (Buffalo).
In 1962 the town of Oakville merged with its neighbouring villages (Bronte, Palermo, Sheridan, and the remainder of Trafalgar Township) to become the new Town of Oakville, reaching northwards to Steele’s Avenue in Milton.
Downtown Jazz Festival, Waterfront Festival, Midnight Madness and the Oakville Ribfest have become annual fixtures in Oakville.