The historic Firehouse No. 3, constructed in 1903, and originally designed by George Stowe, is ready for your next development endeavor. The restored front facade is accompanied by all new walls to the east, west and north, along with a new roof. Steel beam construction has been engineered to make a second floor easy to install. The building was spared and reconstructed by Galveston Historical Foundation, leaving an empty canvas for it’s future owner to design their dream. Residential, commercial office, hospitality - possibilities and potential abound. In addition to the architectural value of the restored facade, the building played a significant role in the desegregation of Galveston’s publicly owned facilities when it was the first firehouse to integrate, hiring African American firemen in 1957, who were stationed at Firehouse No. 3.
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