| 9454 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California|
Beverly Wilshire Investment Company LLC
Ernest C. Wilson, Jr., Robert E. Langdon, Jr.
Sterling Plaza, Wilshire Beverly Center, Sepulveda station, Slauson station, La Cienega/Jefferson station
9454 Wilshire Boulevard is a 12 story landmark building with a three-level parking lot located in Beverly Hills, California. The owner of the building is Paris Nourafchan.
9454 Wilshire Boulevard Wikipedia
It is located at 9454 on Wilshire Boulevard in the City of Beverly Hills.
The building was built for the Glendale Federal Savings company. It was completed in 1968. It was designed by architects Robert E. Langdon, Jr. and Ernest C. Wilson, Jr.. The cornice is made of dalle de verre, thus giving the impression of rainbow-like reflections as one gets closer to the building.
It was the first high-rise building on the Beverly Hills section of Wilshire Boulevard. It is twelve floor high, making it the second tallest building in Beverly Hills after the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. The Beverly Hills City Council required the developers to create a green space in exchange for the height of the building. As a result, Reeves Park, a pocket park, was created.
There is a three-level subterranean parking lot underneath the building.
In 1981, the building was purchased by the Beverly Wilshire Investment Company. There is currently a Bank of America branch on the first floor.