Apartment BuildingsPhoto Du JourWindsor

Scott Apartments

If there is one thing this city has in great abundance, it’s architecturally interesting old Apartment Buildings. In the days before the great depression, it was actually quite fashionable to live in an apartment. As a result of this trend many building were built with a look or style to them that showed their importance. Others like the Scott, located at Louis & Brant above were more plain.

Next time your in your car driving around this City, look about at the older brick apartment buildings, especially on and near Ouellette Ave., and you’ll see some pretty grand buildings, even if their best days are behind them.

Related posts
Buildings of WindsorWindsor

Jackson Park Bandshell

DemolitionLost WindsorOld PhotographsWindsor

Tunnel Bar-B-Q 2015

Old PhotographsWindsor

2422 Gladstone Avenue

Old PhotographsWindsor

Dieppe Park - c 1958

Recent Comments:

  • John Morel on 180 Cabana Road West: “Wow, I love your article. Our family moved into that house in 1994, we opened up the kitchen to the…Jun 26, 21:30
  • JM on 841 Ouellette – Final Days: “Thank you for this timely story. I must say that the 1976 photo displayed characteristics of the better days. Renovations…May 6, 13:53
  • Robert on Joseph L. Reaume House – 1924: “If I recall, it had a red tile roof which was eye-catching against the white walls. Always a favourite of…Apr 26, 17:55
  • Jim Kennedy on Joseph L. Reaume House – 1924: “Thank you for that post, and all your others. You are doing a great service capturing lost Windsor! This Reaume…Apr 25, 09:00
  • Dave Bensette on Yawkey Farms: “Thanks for the interesting read. I grew up at Matchette and Chappus in the 1970’s. Some of that stuff sounds…Apr 16, 17:10

3 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *