Live the Good Life in Beverly Hills
Beyond the glitz and glamor, Beverly Hills offers world-class living that’s well worth the price of entry. Rodeo Drive, the world’s most famous shopping strip, brings together the who’s who of haute couture. Celebrity chefs like Wolfgang Puck, Nobu Matsuhisa, and Rick Bayless all have award-winning restaurants here.
Given its close association with Hollywood, Beverly Hills has a strong focus on arts and culture, too. The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts gives residents a front-row seat to the world’s most talented musicians, dancers, and theater performers. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has its headquarters on Wilshire Boulevard and has a free gallery in its lobby. The city is also dotted with galleries and museums that feature the best in contemporary art.
With privilege also comes access. Beverly Hills is just a short drive away from bustling and vibrant Downtown Los Angeles. The Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is just 10 miles away. Despite being one of the most famous addresses in the world, Beverly Hills is quite a small town with only about 35,000 residents. Neighbors know each other and their kids often attend the same schools. In short, Beverly Hills provides what every homeowner aspires to have: a great home in a great community.