Beverly Hills Poised To Add Two New Landmarks by Master Architects
Posted Thursday, June 25, 2020 - 8:05 pm
By Laura Coleman
The Beverly Hills Cultural Heritage Commission has voted to add two iconic buildings to its local Registrar of Historic Properties. The commission unanimously voted 5-0 at Special Meeting on June 18 to pass resolutions designating the “MCA/Litton Headquarters Complex” by architect Paul Revere Williams and “The Pendleton – Evans Residence” by architect John Elgin Woolf as local landmarks. The City Council will need to approve the commission’s recommendations for the properties, both of which were designed by men listed on the City’s List of Master Architects.
“We have some of the best historic resources in Beverly Hills,” Cultural Heritage Commission Chair Noah Furie told the Courier. “Both of the properties are iconic and will be outstanding additions to the Register of Historic Properties.”
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