Looking for office or retail space for lease in one of Galveston's most cherished commercial real estate buildings? You're in luck. Mitchell Historic Properties has been working to revitalize Galveston for more than 30 years, restoring life to some of the most iconic buildings on the strand. We have won numerous awards for our historical restoration projects, while providing quality office and retail space to a variety of different businesses ranging from coffee shops to attorneys and medical professionals. Contact us today to learn more!
The Hutchings-Sealy building is actually two conjoined three-story buildings sitting dominantly on the strand. The granite exterior boasts stunning hues of pink, grey, brown and beige. Half of the building was originally designed to be a banking institution, with other half consisting of premier office spaces. Both halves of the building were renovated in 1987 and now house several distinguished tenants.
Casually referred to as "the Hunter," this building was built in 1877. The Mitchells took it under their wings and restored it to grace, adding luxurious upgrades and making large investments in infrastructure that allow it to carry the best in high speed internet and other modern technologies. Today, this is a favorite commercial space to rent for businesses of all sizes.
Old Galveston Square was once the center of the town for talk and trade. The area is still relevant in the 21st Century, featuring four beautifully restored buildings that offer plenty of commercial rental properties for any business. Typically serving as home to some of the larger retailers in town, the central location makes it accessible to visitors.
The Heidenheimer Marine building represents another Galveston commercial real estate project turned luxury office space. The building was built in 1875 and features a complete stucco exterior, but the availability of executive office suites inside makes it a prime choice for attorneys and corporate offices.
Once a thriving hotel amidst the fray of Galveston's wild tourist industry, this building was renovated in 1986 following a fire three years prior. It has since been converted into office spaces on the upper three floors, while the ground floor is home to a widely popular restaurant and the Galveston Chamber of Commerce. These offices are just right for medical professionals, architecture and design firms, and they could be perfect for your small business.
These are just a handful of the prized commercial real estate properties Mitchell Historic Properties represents today. We continue to carry forward our commitment to restoring glory to Galveston through ongoing renovations and upkeep of these and so many more of Galveston's iconic structures.
The buildings restored by the Mitchells are held to the highest standard of preservation practice, resulting in numerous awards from organizations such as the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Houston American Institute of Architects, Texas Society of Architects, Associated Builders & Contractors, Galveston Historical Foundation, and the City of Galveston's Landmark Commission.
Join the distinguished tenants in one of our properties. Current tenants of Mitchell Historic Properties include the Galveston Regional Chamber of Commerce, various boutiques, restaurants, gift shops, a salon, art galleries, and year-round tourist attractions in addition to attorneys, investment firms, insurance companies, and medical professionals who lease office spaces.