Beverly Hills is a luxury neighborhood of West Los Angeles located north of Culver City, Beverlywood, and Cheviot Hills, south of Bel-Air and east of Brentwood and Westwood Village.
The most famous zip code in the United States is likely in Beverly Hills due to the popular television show — 90210. Home to countless celebrities and movie stars, BH is also known for upscale shopping on Rodeo Drive.
The birth of the city can be traced back to a man named Burton Green who purchased land for oil exploration and when unsuccessful, converted the land to parcels and named the area after Beverly Farms, Massachusetts.
The famous Beverly Hills Hotel was constructed in 1912 and served as the center of the community as meeting place, church and theater.
The city of Beverly Hills was incorporated in 1914. In 2012 the population was 34,622.