GALVESTON

Mitchell Historic Properties has agreed to sell iconic, historic island properties Hotel Galvez & Spa and The Tremont House to a Texas-based hospitality, management and investment group, a transaction members of the George P. Mitchell family described as bittersweet but part of a larger plan to leverage commercial holdings for the city’s benefit.

Laura Elder: 409-683-5248; laura.elder@galvnews.com

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Bailey Jones

Galveston owes much to its business leaders and benefactors - giving back to the community.

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