Beverly Hills

Glamour and sophistication embodied in an iconic neighborhood.

Welcome to Beverly Hills

With perhaps one of the most well-known zip codes in the country, Beverly Hills captures the essence of luxurious living. Despite its name, the neighborhood is built on flat land and is divided by Santa Monica Boulevard into a north section and a south section. Beverly Hills has smaller distinctive neighborhoods like Beverly Hills Flats and Golden Triangle. Each neighborhood has its unique architectural styles and landscape design.

The streets of Beverly Hills are lined with stunning foliage, though the variety of trees varies from neighborhood to neighborhood. Some streets feature queen palm trees, while others display mature maples and stunning pink cedars. One might see sprawling manicured lawns with opulent gated mansions, mid-century modern homes, or charming colonial homes, depending on the street. At every turn, elegance and luxury abound.

The warm Mediterranean climate allows Beverly Hills residents to spend much of their time outdoors. This community has several parks and gardens that provide a venue for fitness and aesthetic appreciation. Locals can enjoy picturesque scenery, stunning architecture, and a luxurious lifestyle in Beverly Hills. 

What to Love

  • Incredible year-round weather

  • Living close to gorgeous beaches

  • Expensive, safe residential neighborhoods 

  • Shopping on Rodeo Drive

  • World-renowned services

  • Luxury homes


Local Lifestyle

Beverly Hills is famous for its upscale shopping, fine dining, and lively nightlife. While some areas of this community are vibrant and busy, others are peaceful and private. Residents can reap all the benefits of urban amenities while maintaining a smaller community feel. The verdant green spaces afford locals outdoor venues for staying active or socializing with neighbors. 

Luxury cars, opulent homes, and sumptuous greenery illustrate the elegant lifestyles of Beverly Hills residents. Whether one is dining in a Michelin Star restaurant or shopping on Rodeo Drive, the wealth, sophistication, and grandeur of this community is displayed at every turn. Despite the splendor and allure of Beverly Hills, at its core, it remains a close-knit community with small-town appeal.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Coffee shops, small bistros, and cafés are within walking distance of many parts of Beverly Hills. There are also many fine dining venues from which to choose. One of the most recognizable of these is Spago, a California cuisine restaurant owned by famed chef Wolfgang Puck. Patrons may choose from a menu filled with delectable dishes and pair it with a first-class wine from a superb wine list. 

Nozawa Bar is a restaurant serving omakase, which includes a variety of nigiri, sashimi, and handrolls as part of the meal. A unique seafood sequence is presented at each stage, with most of the seafood originating from local waters. Nozawa Bar is Japanese cuisine at its finest.

Shopping on Rodeo Drive is one of Beverly Hills residents’ most lavish pleasures. One can shop at upscale designer stores such as Dolce & Gabbana Rodeo Beverly Hills Drive Store and Chanel-Beverly Hills. There are also fine dining restaurants along this palm tree-dotted drive to satisfy one’s hunger after shopping. Rodeo Drive also features various events like lavish fashion shows and music concerts.

Things to Do

Residents of this community can stay active while enjoying the outdoors in one of its many parks. Beverly Gardens Park features rose and cactus gardens, two fountains, arbors, and a walking and jogging path stretching out along its two miles of green expanse. With an 8,000,000-gallon reservoir as the centerpiece, Coldwater Canyon Park provides a beautifully landscaped green space, a jogging track, shaded seating areas, a fountain, and the Stillwater art sculpture.

Those who seek sites of historical significance can visit Greystone Mansion. The 18.3-acre public park houses the illustrious historic mansion and surrounding gardens. The site offers tours and public events throughout the year. Greystone is one of the Beverly Hills Local Historic Landmarks and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Locals have diverse opportunities for dynamic nightlife. Beverly Hills offers many trendy and lively lounges, nightclubs, and bars. Riviera 31 is a hip dining and lounge experience, serving seasonal raw and authentic cuisine, handcrafted cocktail creations, original performances, and a blend of dance music from all over the world.


As part of the Beverly Hills Unified School District, Beverly Hills has excellent educational opportunities. Among these are:

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Overview for Beverly Hills, CA

32,903 people live in Beverly Hills, where the median age is 46.5 and the average individual income is $90,706. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

46.5 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Beverly Hills, CA

Beverly Hills has 14,401 households, with an average household size of 2.28. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Beverly Hills do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 32,903 people call Beverly Hills home. The population density is 5,764.45 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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46.77 / 53.23%

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Schools in Beverly Hills, CA

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The following schools are within or nearby Beverly Hills. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
School rating
Moreno High (Continuation)
9th - 12th
No rating available
K - 5th
K - 5th
Good Shepherd Catholic School
PreK - 8th
No rating available
Beverly Vista Middle
6th - 8th
Kabbalah Children's Academy
PreK - 6th
No rating available
Page Private School - Beverly Hills
PreK - 2nd
No rating available
Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy
PreK - 8th
No rating available
9th - 12th
K - 5th
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