The Provincetown Independent story
Continuing its review of the 46-unit affordable housing proposal for 95 Lawrence Road named Long Pond Village, the zoning board of appeals on July 21 heard from the developers’ architect and landscapers, who emphasized the planned neighborhood’s modern and environmentally sensitive features.
Gail Sullivan of Studio G Architects in Boston told the ZBA the design elements will avoid the “cookie-cutter” style of older affordable housing projects by using different roof lines, varying the siding, and adding a few accent colors to front and rear doors.
The designs of the Upper Village buildings, comprising seven structures containing 24 units, will have modernist-style banded windows and sloping roofs.
“All of the roof designs are either facing south or west,” Sullivan said, “to maximize solar power.”