It’s one of Arizona’s most iconic addresses, and guests at the grand hilltop property can now enjoy a fresh new look and feel throughout. More than $1 million has already gone into modernizing, updating and rejuvenating the historic Wrigley Mansion, and both long time and first time guests can now explore the Mansion anew, admiring the considerable improvements.
Those who come to say, “I do,” on the famed property will enjoy a refreshed look with new furniture and carpeting in the bridal suite, a private, comforting space to freshen up before their big day. And the newly reorganized, welcoming entry area and foyer boast ample room for guests to move about, while the mansion’s Breakfast Room received the royal treatment in the form of new draperies, a new chandelier and revamped wood paneling on the walls, creating a bright, warm and inviting ambiance.
Also receiving a fresh new facelift is Wrigley Mansion’s men’s and women’s bathrooms, with the women’s combination bathroom and powder room getting fresh new faucets, sinks, light fixtures, mirror frames, vanities, gold wallpaper and signage, among other enhancements. The men’s bathroom also features new faucets, sinks, light fixtures, signage, door handles and 1930s art and accessories.
Upon arrival, guests will notice a new, freshly paved driveway winding its way up to the architectural wonder first constructed by chewing gum industrialist William Wrigley Jr. back in 1929, and the improvements become increasingly apparent once inside. New air-conditioning units ensure that visitors stay cool and comfortable regardless of when they visit, while new, decorative vent covers add art deco flourishes along with new paint, flooring and draperies.
Once complete, the renovations will ensure that Wrigley Mansion maintains its elegant, luxe look and feel emphasizing Spanish, California Monterey and Mediterranean styles while offering the modern amenities that make downtime and recreation at the property particularly enjoyable.
“When you’re taking on renovations of this magnitude at a property with this much history, it’s important that every step is done right,” said Wrigley Mansion’s owner, Jamie Hormel. “We’ve worked tirelessly to make sure that we’re preserving what everyone loves about the Mansion while modernizing it and making it as comfortable and accommodating as possible for future generations.”
While the renovations currently underway at Wrigley Mansion are considerable, much more lies ahead in the coming months. Guests can expect Wrigley Mansion’s extensive renovations and redesigns to wrap sometime in 2018. For more about The Wrigley Mansion, visitWrigleyMansion.com.