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. Francis “Flyer” Santos returned to Provincetown in 1944 from his wartime occupation of building PT boats (patrol torpedo) 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