Meadow Road

Meadow Road, by David W. Dunlap (2008).

Meadow Road, by David W. Dunlap (2008).

Built on the site of the Meadows Motel, 122 Bradford Extension, Meadow Road is a 43-unit condo planned in 2002 and built from 2005 to 2007 by Edward “Ted” Malone of Community Housing Resource Inc. The design is by Jessica Snare of Spring Hill Design and East Cape Engineering. There is traditional housing and live-work spaces for artists. Because the five-acre site is a shallow U, the project was broken into thirds, each with a slightly different character. Five units are owned and operated by the Fine Arts Work Center as affordable rental housing for eligible former fellows. Twelve units are set aside for year-round residents of moderate means. Franklin “Frank” Milby, whose artwork includes the great codfish at Napi’s and the “Welcome to Provincetown” sign, lives here.


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