Kerr Building

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The Kerr Building at Town House Square was sold in the spring of 1990 to the owner of Eaton the Druggist.

The former T.R. Kerr building is the key structure in a group of four. Eaton the Druggist was the only

occupant in the redevelopment project. Also included in the sale were the vacant former Foodland building, and the Bootery.

The properties range from 90 to 102 Washington St. to 234 to 242 Essex St.

See Also

Vertical File in Salem Collection - T.R. Kerr Building

"Town House Square block sold for $1.2 million" Salem Evening News, Apr. 5, 1990, p. 9

"Credit crunch stalling key Salem projects" Salem evening News, June 8, 1990, p. 1