The annual Curbed Cup kicks off over the bridge this week with eight enclaves vying for the very prestigious faux trophy and bragging rights as the Cape and Islands' Best Neighborhood of the Year. We're including towns and villages in our Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket definition of a neighborhood, rounding up if you will. That said, we'll have one match-up per day, with polls staying open for 24 hours. Let the eliminations commence!
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Curbed Cup 2015 voting continues today with an all-Cape showdown in which the Mid-Cape's Hyannis faces the Outer Cape's Provincetown.
Although Taylor Swift didn't bother to write a break-up song, there was reason to celebrate 2015 in Hyannis thanks to the announcement that a huge new water park is on its way. In addition, the unofficial capital of Cape Cod unveiled noteworthy listings, from new-builds to tiny, strange to gorgeous, views included.
Meanwhile, the Outer Cape's Provincetown looked good from above and offered up a healthy dose of artsy, adaptive reuse, tiny, new, stunning, and strange listings, penthouse included.
So Curbed readers, which town should advance? Submit your vote for the locale you think deserves to move on to the next round, toward 'hood of the year bragging rights and the faux trophy.