Construction has started on One Beverly Hills, a development set to transform 17.5 acres of land in the heart of the city – including multiple of its hotels. 

Those behind the project include Foster + Partners, Cain International, the City of Beverly Hills, Aman Group, Rios, OKO Group, Hilton and Kerry Hill Architects Singapore (KHA).

The development will seamlessly integrate The Beverly Hilton and Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills into a unified site. The Beverly Hilton will benefit from a considerate restoration and upgrades, integrating designs which pay homage to its legacy. New buildings will also be added to the site: a luxury Aman hotel with 78 guestrooms, Aman branded residences across two towers, and a standalone 100,000ft² Aman private members club – all designed by KHA.

One Beverly Hills Hilton

One Beverly Hills will introduce ten acres of open space and gardens to Beverly Hills, planted at the heart of the site. Landscape architect Rios has curated over 200 species of California native plants and trees including palms, oaks, sycamores and succulents to be integrated throughout the gardens; four acres of which will be exclusively for residents, club members and hotel guests, while the remaining four and a half acres will be open to the public. The gardens will utilise harvested rainwater and recycled greywater for irrigation, achieving 100% water sustainability and conserving millions of gallons of water annually. 

“We are delighted to see construction work beginning on One Beverly Hills,” says David Summerfield, Head of Studio at Foster + Partners. “Our masterplan creates a connected green oasis, which blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor living and harnesses L.A.’s creative spirit.” 

Jonathan Goldstein, CEO and co-founder of Cain International, adds: “One Beverly Hills is poised to become a landmark development, seamlessly integrated with the local culture and environment…The project, and its ten acres of gardens and open space, will redefine urban living, creating a sanctuary that has never been realised to such a grand scale in this legendary city.”

One Beverly Hills Landscape