Historic Galveston: The History of Seawolf Park

Seawolf Park, located in historic Galveston, is a maritime tribute to one of the most overlooked groups of heroes in modern history: the brave submariners of World War II. This small fleet of underwater vessels and the courageous men who manned them were instrumental in winning WWII. Although they accounted for only two percent of […]

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The Rosenberg Historic Building in Galveston: History and Architecture

The historic Rosenberg Building in Galveston is a three-story building which was constructed in 1871. You will find it located on Strand Street directly across from Saengerfest Park. Currently, the building has a number of retail tenants on the ground floor and seven apartments up above, one of which is currently for lease. The building […]

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Galveston Historic Homes Tour 2016: Even More Historic Properties to Visit on Galveston Island after the Tour is Over

The Galveston Historic Homes Tour takes place from April 30th through May 8, giving the public the opportunity to check out Galveston’s amazing architectural history. Tours lead guests through privately-owned historic properties in Galveston. In addition to the buildings showcased on the tour, Galveston is also home to other historic properties, many of which are […]

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The Perks of Leasing a Business in a Historic Commercial Property

Why lease a business or retail space in a historic property? When you own a business, one of your first considerations is location, because a good location can be the difference between success and failure. There is no shortage of commercial properties on the market and, along with location and leasing costs, you also have […]

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A Look Back on the city of Galveston TX and the Rich History It Harbors

Galveston is part Southern and part Texan. The city has a rich history, and is often referred to as “The Republic of Galveston Island” because it is so different from the rest of the state. Welcome to Historic Galveston The city was named for Bernardo de Galvez, the Spanish Colonial governor who ordered the first survey […]

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