This part of Commercial Street, which includes the switchback known as the Turn, runs roughly north-northeast, then northwest-by-north, then northeast-by-north, Continue reading
There was a day — and not too long ago — when there would have been few things as common Continue reading
101 Commercial Street | A Home to Last | Formerly A Home at Last. A retired ship captain is said Continue reading
Please see 104 Commercial Street.
Flyer’s Beach | Flyer’s Boatyard. Francis “Flyer” Santos returned to Provincetown in 1944 from his wartime occupation of building PT Continue reading
This 1,600-square-foot house, constructed in 1989 on what was once Flyer’s Beach, 103 Commercial Street, presents two starkly different facades Continue reading
Benjamin Lancy (I) house | Thomas W. Dyer store. It’s hard even to picture where this historical building stood, since Continue reading
Former 104 Commercial Street Condominium. The site on which 104 Commercial now stands — with its invitingly deep front porch Continue reading