Eastwood at Provincetown | South building
In this aerial view, the south building of Eastwood at Provincetown is at the center of the frame. The north building, a larger V-shaped structure, is at the top of the image. [2010, Dunlap]
The entrance portico extends from the south building. [2013, Dunlap]
Text last updated on 10 January 2010 | Robert W. Roman may have been the most unpopular man in Provincetown in the 1960s, as the developer of the Surfside Arms and Motor Inn at 543 Commercial Street. He began the Eastwood Motor Lodge project at around the time, but it seems to have generated much less controversy. The innkeepers in the early ’70s were Raymond Souza and his wife, Matilda Jones (Avellar) Souza. Florence (Patrick) Roman sold the property in 1983 and the motel was transformed into the Eastwood at Provincetown, a 33-unit time-share complex. There is also the north building and pool.
¶ Republished on 5 November 2023.
324 Bradford Street on the Town Map, showing property lines.