Waterman Steele Negotiates Sale of 30 Acres to Galveston Bay Foundation

by Haisten Willis

KEMAH, TEXAS — Waterman Steele Real Estate Advisors has negotiated the sale of 30 acres in Kemah. Zircon Properties Inc., a Maryland corporation, and Beethoven Realty Associates, a Maryland limited liability company, were the sellers. The Galveston Bay Foundation, a Texas nonprofit corporation, was the buyer. The land is located on the east side of State Highway 146 near its intersection with State Highway 96. Waterman Steele’s Lance Gilliam and Adrian Ramirez represented the seller. Doug Nicholson with Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented the buyer. The Galveston Bay Foundation was established in 1987 to address issues and concerns related to Galveston Bay. The foundation’s mission is to preserve, protect and enhance the natural resources of the Galveston Bay estuarine system and its tributaries for the community.

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