Writers & Artists Building

Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Property Information


16,000 SF


3-Story Prime Retail and Office Building


Rodeo Dr. & S. Santa Monica Blvd.

Writers & Artists Building

Located on the northwest corner of Rodeo Drive and S. Santa Monica Boulevard, the Writers and Artists Building was originally built in 1926. At that time, it was the tallest office building in Beverly Hills and the first tenant was Will Rogers, who at the time was the Honorary Mayor of Beverly Hills. The Building provided affordable workspace for the soon to be Hollywood elite such as Clark Gable, Cary Grant, Charlie Chaplin, Billy Wilder, Jack Lemmon, Jack Nicholson, and Ray Bradbury, all of who considered the building a quiet sanctuary to write and express their creativity. After our acquisition of the building in 2009, we put the building through a multi-million dollar complete renovation, and a new building was built from the inside, while the facade was restored to its original architecture. Today, the building stands at the gateway of the world famous Rodeo Drive, and consists of high-end ground floor retail with boutique style offices on the upper floors. It now stands as a monument to all those many writers and artists who created legendary works within its walls.

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