Beverly Hills City Hall and Civic Center

455 North Rexford Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Tel: (310) 285-1000

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Beverly Hills City Hall has gracefully presided over the city's civic life since 1932. Architect William Gage created the Spanish Renaissance building in typical government style of that era. The low classical base, which symbolizes government, is dominated by an eight-story tower, which represents commerce. But the beauty of the building, with its tiled dome and gilded cupola, soon transcended the typical government building and has become a beloved local landmark. The building underwent significant structural renovations, beginning in 1982, during which the rich architectural details were carefully maintained. Inside, the terrazzo floors, marble walls and intricate ceilings were cleaned and restored. Outside, grime was meticulously removed from the blue, green and gold tile on the dome and gilded cupola. At the same time that the City Hall was under renovation, the architecture was used as the inspiration for rebuilding the new Civic Center which was completed in 1990.

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