Level 3 Design Group Renovates Historic Petaluma Silk Mill
Building is Converted to 75 Room Hampton Inn Hotel
July 16, 2018 (Petaluma, CA)-The landmark Petaluma Silk Mill, Built in 1892 by the Carlson Courier Company, has been renovated and is set to re-open as a 75 room Hampton Inn hotel. Level 3 Design Group (L3DG), the company contracted to redesign the interior, is excited for the grand opening later this month.
The mill, known for manufacturing fine sewing products and silk threads that were in demand at the turn of the century (including silk war parachutes) has been vacant since 2008. “The timing
couldn’t be better to open a new hotel in Sonoma County,” said Jim Spitzig, President of L3DG. “Tourism has consistently increased and so has the need for rooms; which is great for Petaluma,”
The hotel will host 75 rooms, a bar along with a complimentary breakfast room (the old Dye House) and a fitness center. Exposed brick will remain in the guests rooms and the original ceilings
will also stay. “Because this building has such a rich history, we definitely wanted to make sure the interior design aligned with the building’s original Georgian colonial design structure of 1892,” said Spitzig. “It’s a great project with a great story and L3DG is excited to be a part of it,” he said.
Founded in 1995, Level 3 Design Group has earned its national reputation as a leader in hospitality interior design by providing sophisticated, elegant design solutions with unparalleled customer service experiences. Their collaborative design approach enables their clients to work directly with their Executive Team, ensuring that creations exceed the business goals as well as the artistic vision. For more information, visit www.level3designgroup.com
Nichet S mith
Marketing and Public Relations Director
(L-R) Renovated Dining Area and Lobby