One Beverly Hills Launches Application Process
Posted Thursday, July 2, 2020 - 7:11 pm
By Ana Figueroa
The Courier has obtained exclusive new details about One Beverly Hills, the 17.5-acre project planned for the City’s western gateway. The coveted site includes the Beverly Hilton and Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, the former Robinsons-May department store at 9900 Wilshire Boulevard, and the Unocal gas station on Santa Monica Boulevard. The parcel is now unified under single ownership for the first time in 100 years.
The plan filed this week on June 29 will now take the site into the next 100 years.
One Beverly Hills integrates the existing two hotels with a new, 42 all-suite ultra- luxury hotel with 37 residences; two residential buildings with 303 residences; a four-story pavilion with boutiques and casual dining replacing the garage along Santa Monica Boulevard. It also includes 10 acres of open space, of which 4.5 acres will consist of publicly accessible botanical gardens, sculpture gardens and pathways. An additional 3.5 acres of gardens and pathways are available for residents and hotel guests. The plan also includes enhancements to the Beverly Hilton entrance, pool, and conference facilities.
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