Mitchell Historic Properties is a privately owned and operated company based on Galveston Island, Texas and part of Mitchell Family Corporation based in The Woodlands, Texas.

Mitchell Historic Properties oversees Galveston properties owned by the George and Cynthia Mitchell family. These properties include three hotels, fourteen historic buildings, two parks, a parking garage, and the Pier 21 complex all located in Galveston’s Downtown area.

The Mitchells are committed to the overall success and revitalization of The Strand District, Pier 21 and Galveston Island. For more than 30 years, the Mitchells have invested more than $175 million in rehabilitating historic properties in The Strand National Historic Landmark District. Immediately following Hurricane Ike which struck Galveston on September 13, 2008, MHP launched a massive cleanup and restoration program in downtown Galveston. Estimates by staff put the cost of disaster relief, cleanup and building renovation at more than $24 million on more than 20 buildings.

The family completed an $11 million renovation of the historic Hotel Galvez as part of the hotel’s centennial celebration in 2011.

The Strand Seaport, encompassing The Strand and adjacent harbor area including Pier 21, includes commercial & residential properties including loft apartments, museums, shops, galleries, hotels, restaurants, nightclubs and offices for any array of professionals. This is largely due to the efforts of the Mitchells.

  • Armour & Co. Building
  • Beach Central Park
  • Berlocher Building
  • Butterowe Building
  • Dargan & Tobyn Building
  • Davidson Building (1870 Property, affiliate of MHP)
  • Harbor House Hotel & Marina at Pier 21
  • Harbor Square (home to Starbucks and Jimmy John’s)
  • Heidenheimer Hunter Building
  • Heidenheimer Marine Building
  • Hendley Row – 2 of the 4 in row are MHP Properties
  • Hotel Galvez and Spa (1870 Property, affiliate of Mitchell Historic Properties)
  • Hutchings Sealy Building
  • Old Galveston Square
  • Pier 21 Complex
  • Rosenberg Building
  • Saengerfest Park
  • T. Jefferson League Building
  • Thompson & Co. Building
  • The Tremont House (1870 Property, affiliate of MHP)
  • Washington Building
Pier 21 (2)
Hutchings Sealy
Washington Ext

Philanthropists Cynthia and George Mitchell Transform Historic Galveston. Read More

“The Mitchell family shares a deep appreciation for Galveston’s heritage, and we remain inspired by the vision of my parents. The buildings they saved speak to us as much as they did to them. My family is firmly dedicated to preserving my parents’ legacy.”
Grant Mitchell
President of MHP

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2228 Mechanic Row St, Suite 204
Galveston, TX 77550
Phone (409) 761-4102
Fax (409) 762-3203

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