The iconic building that was the home of Brooks Brothers clothiers in Beverly Hills for 15 years, before it closed last month, is in escrow for $250 million, $50 million short of the $300 million asking price, according to a report from the Real Deal.
Beverly Hills Mayor Julian Gold held an informal Meet the Mayor event Sunday at Fire Station No. 2 near Coldwater Canyon Park. Several residents attended and Mayor Gold answered their questions. Topics of interest included speed bumps on residential streets, landscaping on Rodeo Drive, residential burglaries, the absence of colored lighting for the Electric Fountain on Santa Monica Boulevard, a proposed fire control plan for removing hazardous trees in the City, safety concerns on Loma Vista Drive and plans for the Burton Way median. Watch the Courier for information on Mayor Gold’s next Meet the Mayor event soon.
Beverly Hills will kick off the second annual BOLD summer event, an acronym for Beverly Hills Open Later Days, Thursday at 5 p.m.- 9 p.m., featuring live performances, fireworks, food trucks and a host of treasures Only on Rodeo.
In concert with Beverly Hills going “BOLD” for the month of August in an effort to energize the City’s nightlife culture, local L.A. artist Alexa Meade will be live painting upon models’ bodies on two evenings as part of the slated programming.
The beautiful two-story building at the corner of Rodeo Drive and South Santa Monica Boulevard, which is currently the home of Brooks Brothers, has been listed with Jay Luchs of Newmark Knight Frank for $300 million; $13,482 per square foot.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines – and get ready to park them on Rodeo Drive.
More than 25,000 runners will make their yearly jaunt through Beverly Hills on Sunday, March 18 for the annual Los Angeles Marathon.
Rodeo Drive is celebrating over 50 years of luxury! During the glitz and glam of the coveted award season, Rodeo Drive is commemorating its Runway to Rodeo over 50 years of luxury!!
New data released Wednesday shows that Beverly Hills, and more specifically its world-famous Rodeo Drive, are seated atop the Santa Monica earthquake fault.
Beverly Hills is set to come alive for the Holiday season, with several “BOLD" events on the docket.