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10 and 14-storey Rain in Kerr Village goes to OMB for more

A two-tower condo complex slotted for northwest Kerr Village in Oakville, approved for 10 and 14 storeys, is going to the Ontario Municipal Board to increase its height allowance.

The site, at the corner of Kerr and Speers, was once part of an 11-acre orchard and is also home to two historically designated houses, both vacant. Singled out for being the earliest examples of their particular style of stone-based architecture in Oakville, they have already been relocated once, when the developer built its sales office. "They're going to be shifted two more times before they reach their final resting place," says Stephanie Lane, spokeswoman for developer Empire Communities.

Rain was designed by Graziani and Corazza Architects, and is scheduled to launch in September.

Writer: Bert Archer
Source: Stephanie Lane
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