Beverly Hills

A surprising amount of greenery and foliage in residential areas.

Welcome to Beverly Hills

Southern California’s most famous and glamorous luxury neighborhood
On Los Angeles’ glamorous West Side, Beverly Hills is one of the most famous neighborhoods in the world, not to mention home to some of its most famous people as well. Located practically right at the midway point between downtown Los Angeles, the beaches of Santa Monica, and the Santa Monica Mountains, Beverly Hills provides a perfectly situated luxurious enclave for all Los Angeles has to offer.  
Despite its name, Beverly Hills, the area is mostly flat and was originally a lima bean farm. In the early 1900s, a group of investors bought the land hoping to strike oil. Unable to find black gold, they decided to subdivide it and sell it as residential lots, eventually creating one of America’s golden communities. From the start, the neighborhood was marketed as an exclusive and luxury suburb. With the growth of nearby Hollywood, it quickly became home to prominent entertainers and businessmen. Downtown Beverly Hills is home to great shopping and dining, including the famous shops of Rodeo Drive, Spago by Wolfgang Puck, and the more casual Wally’s.

What to Love

  • One of the world’s most famous neighborhoods
  • A flagship dining hub
  • A mecca for fashion and shopping
  • Easy access to downtown LA, the Santa Monica Mountains, and the Pacific Ocean
  • A surprising amount of greenery and foliage in residential areas

Local Lifestyle

Beverly Hills is unapologetically flashy and luxurious. Most of the neighborhood’s mansions and multi-story homes are in the quiet residential area known as the Flats, located between Santa Monica Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. The most luxurious and exclusive homes are secluded on the hills north of Sunset Boulevard.

The heart of Beverly Hills is in the downtown area known as the Golden Triangle. This mecca of upscale entertainment lies in an area of a few blocks enclosed by Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica Boulevard, and Crescent Drive. On the streets around Rodeo Drive, you’ll find designer clothes, high-end dining, and the most refined classic, vintage, and modern cars lining the streets. South of Wilshire Boulevard, you’ll find more shopping and dining along with more modest homes.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The heart of the Golden Triangle, Rodeo Drive is home to high-end boutique shops like Gucci, Dior, and Dolce and Gabbana. Nearby, Spago by Wolfgang Puck offers great market-inspired dining, and CUT serves the finest steaks. Mírame serves Baja California and inspired Mexican cuisine, and the iconic Nate ‘n Al’s has classic deli sandwiches. Dodger Stadium, the Comedy Store, and all the entertainment of Hollywood are close by.

Things to Do

In addition to the fine shopping and dining at the Golden Triangle, residents can enjoy the fresh air at Beverly Gardens Park, where they can see the Beverly Hills sign and fountain. The park hosts a twice-annual art show. The Greystone Mansion and Gardens are open to visitors and host annual Music in the Mansion concerts. Every Sunday, the farmers’ market brings the best of local produce.

The Los Angeles Country Club and Hillcrest Country Club provide world-class golfing nearby.  On Rodeo Drive, you’ll find the Walk of Style, paying homage to the fashion world’s most influential people, as well as the pretty Beverly Cañon Gardens. The Museum of Tolerance, LA Holocaust Museum, and Los Angeles County Museum of Art are all close by, as are the Wallis Performing Arts Center and Theatre 40.


The Beverly Hills Unified public school district serves the neighborhood, and it is also home to several private schools. A few schools that serve the community are:



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