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Renters’ Guide to Beverly Hills

The city of Beverly Hills rests in Southern California, just 10 miles west of Los Angeles, 25 miles northeast of Malibu, and 130 miles north of San Diego.

Started originally as a Spanish ranch for growing lima beans, Beverly Hills was officially incorporated in 1914 after investors failed to find oil in the area. Over the years, the town has transformed into one of the biggest players in both the film and TV industries, and is world renowned for the beautiful rolling hills and sprawling manors throughout its 90210 zip code. But despite its prominence in both the film and TV industries, the city Beverly Hills is relatively small in comparison to other nearby cities, covering just under six square miles.

The weather in Beverly Hills is typically very pleasant, as its Mediterranean microclimate gives residents mild, warm weather all year long, with average high temperatures ranging from 67˚F in the winter to 85˚F in the summer.

Beverly Hills, CA Demographics

  • Total Population28,370
  • Female 12,880
    Male 15,490
  • Median Age41.2

Cost of Living in Beverly Hills, CA

Public transportation is offered in Beverly Hills, although it is not used by most residents to commute to work and the closest train station is in Downtown LA. The LA Metro bus line serves the Beverly Hills area, and a one-way pass typically costs around $1.75.

The cost of dining in Beverly Hills can get a little expensive, as two can expect to pay anywhere between $55 and $75 for dinner at a mid-range Beverly Hills restaurant, with the average meal for two costing around $65.

Average utility costs in Beverly Hills—for items such as electricity, heating, and water—are around $125 a month, slightly below the California state average.

Average Rent in Beverly Hills, CA

  • Beverly Hills, CA Average Rental Price, August 2017$11,000/mo
  • 1 Bedroom$10,900
  • 2 Bedrooms$17,500
  • Studio$1,523
  • 1 Bedroom$1,928
  • 2 Bedroom$2,556

Beverly Hills, CA Rent Trends

Average Rent All rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds
August 2017 $11,000 $10,900 $17,500
Sept / 2016 $11,850 $10,950 $18,340
May / 2016 $12,900 $12,000 $17,000
Jan / 2016 $11,935 $10,695 $17,850
Sept / 2015 $12,780 $11,500 $19,500
May / 2015 $12,660 $10,000 $17,550
Jan / 2015 $12,750 $11,000 $19,350
Sept / 2014 $10,650 $9,450 $16,650
May / 2014 $10,650 $9,450 $16,650
Jan / 2014 $10,350 $9,450 $14,800
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Living in Beverly Hills, CA

There are no shortage of benefits to living in Beverly Hills, with a little something to do for everyone. Whether it’s shopping on Rodeo Drive, a night out to dinner at an upscale restaurant, or catching a show at Saban Theatre, there are tons of pros to living in Beverly Hills for people of all ages.

There aren’t a lot of cons to living in Beverly Hills, although the traffic can get very congested in and around the area due to the close proximity to Downtown LA, especially during typical rush hour times.

Things to do in Beverly Hills

Aside from the fancy homes and world-renowned zip code, there is much to be seen in Beverly Hills. From the historic downtown hotels, to the beautiful botanical gardens, to the high-end shops lining the cobblestone-esque streets on Rodeo Drive, there’s a little something to entertain everyone here. For a night out to dinner, one of the best restaurants in Beverly Hills is Mastro’s Steakhouse—an upscale spot with a booming social scene. The Grill on the Alley is also a popular place for many locals, serving classic American cuisine with some of the best cocktails in town.

Shopping in Beverly Hills is some of the best shopping on the planet, and there’s certainly no shortage of it either. There are several well-known stores and high-end shops, perfect for both the big spenders and the window shoppers. And just down the street are the Anderton Court Shops, which includes several fashionable little stores on Rodeo Drive, and was the last building designed in Los Angeles by Frank Lloyd Wright.

For those with kids or those looking for something to do without spending money in Beverly Hills, the Beverly Gardens Park is a great place to hang out. This huge 1.9-mile-wide park provides a grassy, green barrier between the residential and commercial sections of the city, and includes a two-mile-long jogging path, beautiful ficus and cypress trees, and several breathtaking gardens. The Beverly Gardens Park also hosts the Beverly Hills Art Show every May and October, and is home to the famous Beverly Hills sign between Beverly Drive and Canon Drive. Residents can also visit the Saban Theatre, built in the 1930s and housing some of the best theatrical and musical performances in town. Sports fans in Beverly Hills are also well taken care of, as the City of Los Angeles is the home of the Lakers (NBA), Clippers (NBA), Chargers (NFL), Rams (NFL), Kings (NHL), and the Galaxy (MLS).

Employment and Economy

Beverly Hills is home to several large employers, and employs a large number of individuals in the hotel, retail, and entertainment industries. Both Live Nation Entertainment and Metro Goldwyn-Mayer have their headquarters in Beverly Hills, as well as the Los Angeles-area office of El Al and Aeroflot.

The Beverly Hills School District, Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beverly Hilton, William Morris Agency, and Saks Fifth Avenue are other notable companies and businesses in the area that employ a large number of people in Beverly Hills.

Beverly Hills, CA Households

  • Total Number of Households12,338
  • Family 6,786
    Non-family 5,552
  • Children 3,075
    No Children 9,263
  • Average People Per Household2.49
  • Median Household Income$92,476
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$2,133

Education in Beverly Hills

Within the city of Beverly Hills is the Beverly Hills Unified School District, and it includes Beverly Vista Middle, Horace Mann Middle, Moreno Park High School, Beverly Hills High School, West Beverly Hills High School, and Hawthorne School.

Beverly Hills is also home to several notable private schools, including Good Shepherd School and Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy. The area is also served by the Beverly Hills Public Library which is operated by the City of Beverly Hills.

Beverly Hills, CA Education Statistics

  • No High School2%
  • Some High School14%
  • Some College18%
  • Associate Degree6%
  • Bachelor Degree33%
  • Graduate Degree29%

Tips for Renting in Beverly Hills

Renters’ rights in Beverly Hills are governed by California state law. Any tenant must be given 30-days’ notice to leave the premises if they haven’t broken any terms of the lease, and 60-days’ notice if they have been living at the residence for more than a year. If terms of the lease have been broken then only a three-day notice is required.

Tenants also have the right to make any repairs on essential items (like an AC unit, water heater, etc.) or pay to have them made if they are left neglected, and then put that amount towards rent. This, however, cannot exceed a month’s rent, nor can it be done more than twice a year.

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