Beverly Hills

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a city in southwestern California surrounded by Los Angeles

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NASDAQ: CMCT) (TASE: CMCT) has agreed to purchase the fee simple interest in Beverly Hills, California, US-based class A office building, the company said.
Major organization : CITY OF BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA
Recent acquisitions to Broadway Partners' portfolio include 1325 G Street, a ten-story, 306,563-square-foot office building located in Washington, DC, acquired in July 2004; 9701 Wilshire Boulevard, a twelve-story 109,757-square-foot office building located in Beverly Hills, California, acquired in June 2004 and; 1200 Corporate Place, a four-story 128,959-square-foot office building located in Boca Raton, Florida, acquired in June 2004.
December 2006 - Pet Butler signs its 50th franchise, which will serve Beverly Hills, California
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 13, 2015-Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH announces new store in Beverly Hills, California
Aquino brought Leggiadro to Beverly Hills, California and Southampton, New York.
Oasis is Alagem Capital's hospitality division and currently owns two premier hotel properties, the 570-room Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California and the 375-room Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico.
They will work closely with me and have the same amount of input," explains Busby, now an executive at Dreamworks SKG's records division in Beverly Hills, California.
Nassif, a facial and reconstructive plastic surgeon at Spalding Drive Plastic Surgery in Beverly Hills, California.
The award will be presented on November 10 in Beverly Hills, California during the institute's annual dinner in honor of Sir Winston Churchill.
Attorney Debra Opri heads up the law firm of Opri & Associates in Beverly Hills, California, and is a frequent legal commentator on nationally televised news programs.