Nestled along historic Route 66, The De Anza Motor Lodge recently underwent a substantial renovation. Built in 1939, the lodge sat abandoned for decades and needed vital repair and revitalize. The renovation included furnishing the community building, the leasing building, as well as short-term / corporate apartment rentals. Furnishings and textiles gave a nod to the building’s original heyday as well as the hand painted murals by Anthony Tony Edaakie Sr. of the Zuni pueblo. Working closely with The H+M Design Group Architects and Interior Design team as well as the developer, Beck TOI provided beautiful and durable furnishings that tie closely with the overall concept of the space. Ultimately, the revitalized 49,000 sq. feet creates an intimate and luxurious space within its lively Nob Hill location.