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History of 9900 Wilshire Boulevard

1952

Robinson’s department store opens on 8 acres at 9900 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills.

1986

May Company acquires Robinson’s to create Robinsons-May.

2004

New Pacific Reality acquires the underlying land and works with Robinsons-May to redevelop the property with condominiums and a new Robinsons-May department store.

2005–2006

Federated Department Stores acquires and closes all Robinsons-May department stores.

2006

New Pacific Realty files the Richard Meier & Partners Architects designed project named 9900 Wilshire with the City of Beverly Hills.

2007–2008

Candy & Candy buys 9900 Wilshire and completes the entitlement process with the City of Beverly Hills.

The City approval granted the right to build:

  • 235 condominiums in two thin buildings along the western edge of the property. The North Buildingis 13 stories in height and the South Building is 15 stories in height.
  • 4,200 square feet of restaurant space.
  • 11,656 square feet of destination retail space.
  • Three-quarter acre public gardens on Wishire Boulevard and perimeter gardens along Merv Griffin Way.

2009–2013

The site, including its entitlements, changes hands several times.

2014

The Wanda Group acquires the property.

2015

The Wanda Group, with their development partner The Athens Group, rebrands the project One Beverly Hills. Working together with Richard Meier & Partners Architects, the design is refined to include a boutique luxury hotel and eliminate the commercial retail stores. There is no change in the height, square footage or the three-quarter acre public gardens from the already approved project.

2016

The City of Beverly Hills prepares the Supplemental EIR and will hold Planning Commission and City Council hearings on the project. Thank you!

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