City Center Downtown got its foundation in 1959 in a Googie architectural design, which is a form of modern architecture with futurist influence. Now known as Mid-Century Modern style, this motel has many fun and attractive architectural elements showcasing its unique and historical roots.
Architect William D. Knight and builder Ben Paller designed a visually stimulating motel (originally) to attract potential guests roadside to stay at the motel. Presently, the vintage décor is alluring in addition to the amenities this motel has to offer.
More about city center, this contrasting visual arrangement is dressed with original plantings throughout the property creating an aesthetically pleasing separation from grounds to street. This motel stands true to the “Googie” style of architecture with the lobby placement and drive-thru awning, making this layout familiar and comfortable to all guests staying with them.