Welcome to Beverly Hills
Upscale city with stunning homes and world-class shopping.
Beverly Hills is an impeccably upscale city nestled within Los Angeles’ prestigious Platinum Triangle. Beverly Hills has been synonymous with luxury, affluence, and celebrity since the opening of the revered Beverly Hills Hotel in 1911. Rodeo Drive is one of the world’s most famous shopping streets, and Beverly Hill’s restaurants are favorite hangouts for Hollywood A-listers.
Beverly Hills has some of the world’s most sought-after and spectacular real estate. Each property is a unique architectural gem with magnificent design inside and outside the home. The Santa Monica Mountain foothills north of Sunset Boulevard are the city’s most historic area of opulent homes. Trousdale Estates was developed between the 1950s and ‘60s with magnificent mid-century modern properties showcasing the talents of famed architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and A. Quincy Jones. The section south of Sunset known as the Flats has higher density housing with stylish condominiums located close to all the city’s refined amenities.
What to Love
Rodeo Drive shopping
People & Lifestyle
Beverly Hills has long been one of the favored locations for the Hollywood elite. An endless list of actors, entertainers, directors, and producers have lived in this iconic city. Many of Hollywood’s premier talent agencies are headquartered in Beverly Hills. The unequaled luxury of Beverly Hills and the prestige of its 90210 zip code has also attracted ultra-successful professionals and business people looking to be part of this incredible community. With its combination of high-end amenities and blissfully private residences, it’s easy to see why Beverly Hills is so revered.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Rodeo Drive is lined with a literal A to Z of the world’s finest luxury brands and most revered contemporary designers, from influential London label Alexander McQueen
to edgy French fashion house Zadig & Voltaire
. The three-story Gucci
flagship store has been a Rodeo Drive fixture since the 1960s. More recent arrivals include the first physical store for Amiri
, a creative Californian label beloved by stars such as Kendrick Lamar and Gigi and Bella Hadid. Two Rodeo
serves as the gateway to Rodeo Drive. Here boutiques from brands such as Jimmy Choo and Versace line cobblestone walkways in a shopping plaza, which cost $200 million to create. Across the street from Two Rodeo, the iconic Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons hotel offers steak and seafood fine dining at CUT by Wolfgang Puck
. Wilshire Boulevard is another prestigious commercial stretch featuring high-end boutiques and upscale hotels. The Waldorf Astoria’s dining options include an eight-course tasting menu at Jean-Gorges
and sublime cuisine combined with magnificent views at The Rooftop by JG
. Other exquisite Beverly Hills dining experiences include Wagyu beef omakase at YAWAZA
, renowned chef Giacomino Drago’s Italian dishes at chic Il Pastaio
, and refined French bistro fare at Viceroy L’Ermitage’s Avec Nous
. Nate ‘n Al’s
is a more relaxed Jewish deli on Beverly Drive, which pulls in many Hollywood stars with its mouthwatering house rye, pastrami, and corned beef.
Things to Do
is a linear park running for almost two miles along Santa Monica Boulevard. This lush landscape park features cactus and rose gardens, two fountains, and an illuminated 40-foot Beverly Hills sing with a water feature. In May and October, Beverly Hills Art Show
fills Beverly Gardens, with artwork from more than 250 artists working in many different mediums. Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market
opens each Sunday across the street from Beverly Gardens with vendors selling fresh produce and specialty foodstuffs. The 1920s Tudor Revival Greystone Mansion
has served as a filming location for countless films and television shows. Greystone Mansion is surrounded by pretty English gardens and hosts events such as the celebrity-packed Annual Hollywood Ball. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
holds film premieres and other events at its Beverly Hills headquarters throughout the year. Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts
contains two theaters, a sculpture garden, and the original 1930s Beverly Hills post office. Hiking trails wind through the picturesque natural scenery of 605-acre Franklin Canyon Park
to Beverly Hills’ northwest.
Beverly Hills is served by the Beverly Hills Unified School District. Highlights include:
Beverly Vista Elementary, Public, K-8
El Rodeo Elementary, Public, K-8
Beverly Hills High, Public, 9-12
Good Shepherd Catholic School, Private, Roman Catholic, PK-8
Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy, Private, Jewish, PK-8