West Vine Condominiums, Buildings 100, 200, and 300
Building 300 of the West Vine Condominiums, at left, faces Bradford Street Extension. [2011, Dunlap]
Building 100, at left, and Building 300. [2011, Dunlap]
Building 100, at left, and Building 300. [2013, Dunlap]
Few owners and developers have had as great an impact on this part of town as Victor DePoalo. He proposed the West Vine Condominiums in 2006 on the old Dairy Queen site: seven residential units in three L-shaped buildings, arranged in a kind of pinwheel. In the fourth building was to be a new outpost for Connie’s Bakery.
In December 2006, the Zoning Board of Appeals determined that the proposal did not amount to a change of use, which would have required DePoalo to include affordable housing in the project. Because there was an apartment on the second floor of the Beach Grill — successor to Dairy Queen — the board declared that the site was already in both residential and commercial use.1
Around the neighborhood, DePoalo has also developed the Condominiums at the Dunes (125 Bradford Street Extension), 160 Bradford Street Extension Condominium, 162 Bradford Street Extension Condominium, 164 Bradford Street Extension Condominium, Sleepy Hollow Condominium I (168 Bradford Street Extension), and Sleepy Hollow Condominium II (170 Bradford Street Extension).
¶ Last updated on 10 November 2022.
1 “Zoning Board Sidesteps New Affordable Housing Rule”, by Pru Sowers, Provincetown Banner, 14 December 2006.
175 Bradford Street Extension on the Town Map, showing property lines.
Also at this address
• Dairy Queen, later Silva’s Seafood Connection, LiCata’s, and Beach Grill
• Victor’s | West Vine Condominiums, Building 400 (Unit C-1)