Seashore Point, Phase 2. [2017, Dunlap]
Seashore Point, Phase 2. In 2006, management of the Cape End Manor was transferred from the Town to Deaconess Abundant Life Communities and ground was broken on the first 43 units of Seashore Point, designed by EGA Architects. The first residents, Dr. Richard and Barbara Keating of Truro, arrived in 2008. The final 38 units of the project, developed by Kenneth C. Weiss, were completed in 2014.
The second phase of Seashore Point under construction. [2013, Dunlap]
The addition of Phase 2 created a large courtyard. [2018, Dunlap]
Unit 331 during the occupancy of Miriam M. Stubbs. [2015, Dunlap]
From Unit 331, Miriam Stubbs could see the grave site of her husband, Kenneth; a vantage that gave her comfort. She was buried alongside him there in 2019. [2015, Dunlap]
Seashore Point, shortly after its completion. [2015, Dunlap]
Side-by-side maps show the footprints of Cape End Manor and of Seashore Point, which replaced it. Seashore Point was so situated that its first phase could be constructed while the Manor still stood. [Town Map]
100 Alden Street on the Town Map, showing property lines.
Also at this address
¶ Last updated on 2 July 2014.