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Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills is a suburb of Los Angeles located southwest of downtown Los Angeles. The only city that borders Beverly Hills except Los Angeles is West Hollywood.

Beverly Hills is known for its Movie stars, shopping, and Rodeo Drive.

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Pacific Wilshire Plaza13built1973(1)
The Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel - Beverl...14built
Glendale Federal Building12built(1)
Wells Fargo Bank Building12built1974
Waldorf=Astoria Beverly Hills12built2017
Beverly Hills Financial Center12built1972
Camden Medical Arts Building12built1972
Wilshire & Stanley11built1971
Rox San Medical Building11built1963
Wilshire Triangle10built1964
Wilshire San Vincente Plaza10built1971(1)
Roxbury Plaza10built1970
Flynt Publications Headquarters10built1972
9665 Wilshire Boulevard10built1972
9595 Wilshire Boulevard10built1972(1)
9100 Wilshire Boulevard West10built1971
9100 Wilshire Boulevard East10built
8500 Wilshire Boulevard10built1964
The Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel - Wilshi...9built1928
9601 Wilshire Boulevard9built1962
Beverly Hills City Hall8built1932
Beverly Hilton8built1955(1)
100 South Doheny Drive11built1971
Union Bank Building8built1959
Bank of America Building8built1961
California Bank Building7built1929
460 North Beverly Drive7built1974
Wilshire-Rexford Center6built1965
Wilshire Rexford Plaza6built1962
Fred Hayman Office Building6built1958(1)