“The new construction project of Beachtown are among the best in the nation,” states Jones. “This development shows a keen interest in the future of the island with a sensitive nod to our architectural history. You can see the inspiration for many of Beachtown’s new houses in our historic East End.”
Opening Day Kick-off Brunch at Porch Cafe
Held Saturday, May 2, from 9-11 am at Beachtown’s Porch Café, 1625 E. Beach, patrons will enjoy a delicious brunch in the café’s charming setting. It’s the perfect way to kick-off your homes tour weekend and also gives you access to view three Beachtown homes in various stages of construction. Brunch is $45 per person.
“The food at the Porch Cafe is like the Island itself. It’s meant to be fun, casual and not overcomplicated,” explains Beachtown founder, Tofigh Shirazi. “Simple, fresh ingredients served in an imaginative and creative way.”
Win a 1-week Beachtown Stay
Exclusively offered at this year’s tour, a special online auction is available at www.galvestonhistory.org/homestour for a one-week stay in a most charming 5 bedroom, 4½ bath home in Beachtown. Bidding ends at 11:59 pm on Sunday, May 10th and the winning bidder will be contacted after close of auction for payment.
All proceeds from this auction go directly to Galveston Historical Foundation.
On the east end of Galveston Island is one of the few places in the South where nature is making the beaches wider. This is Beachtown – walkable, connected to nature, defined by a genuine town center. Designed by Duany Plater-Zyberk and Company and inspired by Galveston’s rich architectural heritage, this is a place of welcoming porches and time-honored architecture. Of soaring shore birds and splendid lagoons. Of a life refined to what is important. Family. Friends. Grace. Nature. Simplicity.