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Steps from everywhere you want to be.

Sea Captains Row is reinventing urban Cape living. Now you can work, play, and live in downtown Hyannis.

The east end of Main Street and its lively restaurants, bars, and shopping are a block away. Beach and boating access is just outside your doorstep. And the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority hub and the Hyannis ferry terminal are a 3-minute walk in opposite directions, should your destination be Nantucket, the Vineyard, or somewhere beyond.

Want to catch the Harbor Hawks in a Cape Cod League game? The field is half a mile down the road. And the Pleasant Street apartments are within walking distance of Cape Cod Hospital and many other local businesses.

100 steps

East end of Main Street

1 minute

Ferry terminal to Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, and beyond

0.8 miles

McKeon Park - Harbor Hawks games

Hyannis lighthouse

See for yourself.

Come visit our leasing office to tour Sea Captains Row. Our Pleasant Street location puts you minutes from:

  • Restaurants, shopping & nightlife
  • Fishing, boating & beach access
  • Museums, art & cultural pursuits
  • Local parks, golf courses & recreational activities
  • Gyms, supermarkets & shops
  • Ferry & train terminals

8-minute walk

Inner Harbor dining & shopping

2 minutes

Hyannis Marina & boating access

1.7 miles

Kalmus Beach - windsurfing & swimming

A historic location.

Pleasant Street holds a special place in Hyannis’ unique history. It is closely intertwined with New England’s rich seafaring tradition and Cape Cod’s prominent role in the nation’s commerce, fishing, whaling, and ship-building industries throughout the late 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries.

More than 150 sea captains called the village of Hyannis home. In fact, historical record refers to Pleasant Street as Sea Captains Row because of the number of master mariners who resided along this corridor connecting downtown and the inner harbor.

The following represents a brief history of the Sea Captains Row location on Pleasant Street.


Nicholas Davis, the first settled businessman in Hyannis, builds a warehouse for oysters on Lewis Bay at the end of Pleasant Street.


Edward Coleman, Jr., builds the first permanent residence in Hyannis at the head of Lewis Bay. The house was later moved to the corner of Pleasant and South Streets.

Early 1800s

Captain Alexander Baxter, known as the “Father of Hyannis,” builds the Cash Block.


The Cape Cod Railroad Company reaches Hyannis.


President Ulysses S. Grant speaks to crowds on the corner of Main and Pleasant Streets as part of the inauguration of the railroad extension to Provincetown.


Sea Captains Row opens, beginning a new chapter in the community's story while paying homage to its rich past.


Today, Union Studio Architecture & Community Design has paid homage to the historic architecture and waterfront heritage of the former homes in its design for Sea Captains Row. Learn more about the history of Sea Captains Row at these sites: