Beverly Hills, the city known the world over for “swimmin’ pools, movie stars” as made popular in a theme song of a popular hit TV show set there, is also known as a global luxury shopping, hospitality and entertainment industry event and tourist destination. Originally a Spanish lima bean ranch, Beverly Hills was incorporated in 1914 by a group of speculators looking for oil, who later found water and decided to build home sites on the property instead. And thus, the Rodeo Land and Water Company became the city we now know as Beverly Hills.
No doubt those early developers of Beverly Hills would be fascinated to see what their land project has become today. Beverly Hills now has several renowned five star hotels within it’s city limits–among them, the Beverly Wilshire, the Montage Beverly Hills, the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles Beverly Hills, the Peninsula Beverly Hills, the L’Ermitage and the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel.
They would also be quite stunned to see Beverly Hills’ famous luxury shopping Mecca, the street known around the world as Rodeo Drive. After Fred Hayman, “The Father of Rodeo Drive” opened his Giorgio Beverly Hills, in 1967, Aldo Gucci then brought his Gucci brand to Rodeo Drive, and was quickly followed by Van Cleef & Arpels and a Vidal Sassoon Salon. Now, one can find high-end shops and boutiques lining the length of both sides of Rodeo with leading global designers and luxury brands such as Ralph Lauren, Roberto Cavalli, Prada, Louis Vuiton, Chanel, Giorgio Armani, Tom Ford, Valentino, Tory Burch, Versace, Tod’s, Cartier, Dior, Tiffany & Co., Bulgari, Hermes, Dolce& Gabbana, Hugo Boss, Yves St. Laurent, St. John, Fendi, among a host of others.
Equally renowned in Beverly Hills is the iconic Gage and Koerner Beverly Hills City Hall constructed in 1932 and described in the Los Angeles Times as “the largest and most expensive City Hall of any municipality of its size in the country.” This outstanding building done in the Spanish Revival style and seen in many TV shows and films such as Beverly Hills Cop, is a beautiful backdrop to the stunning homes in Beverly Hills. The real estate climate, as one would imagine, is robust, with listings across the spectrum, anywhere from the mid to high six figures and up– way up. Currently of the roughly 139 homes listed for sale in Beverly Hills, nine are in the $22-$26 million range, eight are in the $30-$38 million dollar range, and there are two listings at 135, and 195 million dollars respectively, the latter being the most expensive residential listing in the US.
With quality all across the breadth of the listings, regardless of amount, the climate is a very healthy one to do business in Beverly Hills.
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