SLEEPER Magazine:
Sonoma’s MacArthur Place unveils renovation

“Spearheaded by SFA Design and RDC Architecture in partnership with Love & War for experiential branding, the refurbishment is inspired by and connected to the hotel’s deep historic pedigree in Sonoma. The property was established in 1869 as the private estate for David Burris — a miner, rancher, and founder of Sonoma’s first bank — which, from the library of his estate, helped bankroll Sonoma’s first vineyards in the area and provided a much‐needed backing to the growing region. The Victorian style manor house gracing the entrance of the property was the original homestead of the Burris family, and was surrounded by the same white picket fence that stands today.”

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