One Beverly Hills is a striking and dynamic mixed-use urban-resort in the heart of world-famous Beverly Hills. The 17.5-acre site is currently one of the largest and most environmentally advanced projects underway in the United States.

The site represents the unification of several properties adjacent to the iconic Beverly Hilton and Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills. One Beverly Hills will add three environmentally sustainable buildings to the site: two residential condominium towers and a third building housing a 42 All Suite luxury hotel and 37 shared ownership condominiums.

One Beverly Hills is expected to open in 2026.

All of this is set around 8-acres of breathtaking botanical gardens that will be planted at the heart of the site. The Beverly Hilton will see extensive upgrades to bring the green of the gardens into the hotel experience. With the driving philosophy of creating the healthiest and future-forward development, the new buildings and gardens of One Beverly Hills are designed to exceed California’s own ambitious sustainability goals.

“In its beginnings, Beverly Hills was agricultural flat land – a green oasis that fed a growing urbanity.” Norman Foster, Architect.

Using collected rainwater and recycled greywater, the extensive One Beverly Hills landscape will be 100% water sustainable. These steps will save millions of gallons of water a year. In an effort to support grid harmonization and safeguard local energy infrastructure, the project is designed with a significant centralized battery storage system, onsite photovoltaic array, and a chilled water thermal energy storage system.