The structures atop High Pole Hill, Gull Hill, and Miller Hill embody the civic, Bohemian, and artistic periods of town history. Those on Telegraph Hill symbolize the era of new wealth: high-priced, large-scaled, sturdily built, picturesquely detailed, exquisitely maintained, and essentially insular. The project, eight buildings on a cul-de-sac, was developed in the ’90s and early 2000s. Five houses were built by a partnership including Ronald Reil, of Provincetown Builders, and Dr. Thomas Bombardier, a founding principal of Ambulatory Surgical Centers of America. They were designed by Brown & Lindquist. Three houses — Nos. 3, 5, and 7 — were built by Ken Weiss.
More than 2,000 buildings and vessels are searchable on buildingprovincetown.com. The Building Provincetown book is available for purchase ($20) at Town Hall, Office of the Town Clerk, 260 Commercial Street, Provincetown 02657.