History

When the town of Provincetown put out a Request for Proposal to update their municipally owned nursing home, Cape End Manor, Deaconess responded and was awarded the contract. It was determined by Deaconess and several Provincetown residents that a rebuild was in order and so the concept of The Residences at Seashore Point started to take hold. The community was structured like a traditional continuing care community that offering a refundable entrance fee and monthly fee, similar to other communities nationwide. Due to the economic downturn in 2008, it was determined to construct the project in phases. Phase one opened in Spring of 2008 with 43 apartments and a new state-of-the-art wellness center.

As the economy and housing market began to strengthen over the next few years, and interest grew in the community, the organization began taking deposits to complete the building. The financial program was restructured and is now condominium ownership. The second and final phase of construction began in early 2013 with a targeted completion date of March 2014. Encompassing an additional 38 condominiums, underground parking, fully equipped fitness center and other common spaces, the new owners are eager to occupy their new homes.

Located in the historic fishing port of Provincetown at the tip of Cape Cod, The Residences at Seashore Point offers views of the ocean, surrounded by miles of beaches, rich in culture with artistic social influences and an abundance of shopping and local conveniences. A short walk to the center of town, Commercial Street is only a few blocks away, offering all the fun and culture of Provincetown.