The multi-unit building dates to 1886, features 3,000-square-feet on .07 waterfront acres and has housed Sal's since 1962. According to Building Provincetown, the Italian cucina was founded by Salvatore Del Deo, also of Ciro & Sals, who sold it to the current owner, Lora Papetsas, in 1989. Prior to the 1960s, the building served as Seamen's Savings Bank, The Skipper restaurant and Front Street Gallery. Here's what the brokerbabble has to say:
Union Wharf,home of the iconic Sal's restaurant, as well as three residential units is a rare west end offering. This property is steeped in the history of Provincetown from its fishing industry to the artist, writers, and musicians that frequented the restaurant from World War II to present day. There is tremendous opportunity for a wonderful residence on a historic wharf or an intimate restaurant.The chance to get your landlord groove on, create an envy-inducing home, and/or find yourself at the mercy of Yelp reviews as a restaurateur is asking $2,200,000.
· Listing: 99 Commercial Street, Provincetown [Kinlin Grover Real Estate]