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Real Estate Leasing Property Highlight: Pier 21, 2021 Leasing

Galveston might be a small island city on Texas’s Gulf Coast, but it’s home to big opportunities – especially for entrepreneurs looking for commercial real estate.  Mitchell Historic Properties owns and manages many of the city’s commercial spaces for lease, welcoming local businesses to settle into some of Galveston’s most treasured historic structures. With the […]

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Real Estate Leasing Property Highlight: Old Galveston Square 2021 leasing

If you’re searching for commercial real estate in Galveston with a strong sense of history and character, Old Galveston Square is a space you won’t want to miss. Built in 1859, this icon of Texas history stands three stories tall and occupies a central location in the Strand National Historic District.  With more than 60,000 […]

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Real Estate Leasing Property Highlight: Washington Building 2021 Leasing

In this month’s leasing property highlight, we’ll be taking a look at: The historic significance and architectural highlights of one of the most in-demand commercial properties for rent in Galveston, the Washington Building The unique features that make the Washington Building such an excellent fit for a broad range of small businesses Some outstanding options […]

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Real Estate Leasing Property Highlight: Hutchings-Sealy Building 2021 Leasing

When it comes to commercial real estate in Galveston, there is nothing quite like the historic Hutchings-Sealy Building. Situated in what was known as the “Wall Street of the Southwest” in its heyday, this famous example of late 19th-century architecture is one of the most recognizable buildings in Galveston. At first glance, it appears to […]

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The Washington Building Downtown Galveston Highlights: Mitchell Historic Properties

Like so many of the structures in downtown Galveston, the Washington Building has a storied past that dates back to the 1800s. Tucked into the center of the Strand National Historic Landmark District, the building has been witness to many of the most well-known moments, individuals, and businesses in Galveston history. Today, the Washington Building […]

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Commercial Real Estate Leasing Property Highlights: The Hutchings Sealy Buildings

From the moment you lay eyes on Downtown Galveston, it is clear that it is a place that has a story to tell. Galveston’s Strand District is one of the American South’s most beloved destinations with a rich history and dozens of architectural highlights. For business owners hoping to find a corner of the city […]

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Commercial Real Estate Leasing Property Highlights from Mitchell Historic Properties – Galveston

  Historic, diverse, and beloved by generations, the city of Galveston has so much to offer both new and established business owners. A highly popular destination for day trips and extended vacations alike, the community is a flurry of friendly activity year-round. For Galveston restaurants, galleries, shops, and other businesses, the potential for success are […]

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6 Unique Wedding Ideas in Galveston

  Updated: Feb 2020 With the season coming up, summer-themed wedding ideas are in full swing, and there are plenty of wedding venues in Galveston that would make for a great spot for a ceremony or a comfortable location for a reception. Let’s consider some ideas for the big day.

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Commercial Real Estate Leasing Property Highlights: Restaurant Space in Pier 21

Mitchell Historic Properties is a proud pillar of the Galveston community, working diligently to restore a large portion of the historic city over the years. Approximately one-fourth of the buildings in the Strand National Historic Landmark District have been renovated and restored by Mitchell Historic Properties. We currently provide commercial space for lease at both […]

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George Mitchell Revives Galveston Mardi Gras with the Fantasy Arches

Galveston’s famous Mardi Gras celebration has become one of the most anticipated Texas events of the year, welcoming thousands of people to join in the revelry and celebrate local culture and history. While many locals can’t imagine a time when Mardi Gras wasn’t a major Galveston event, it was actually wiped from the yearly calendar […]

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