Beverlywood California is comprised of Jewish, Israelis and Persians, Beverlywood is a community in West Los Angeles. It is surrounded by the neighborhoods of Century City, Cheviot Hills, Palms, Culver City, Crestview and South Robertson. major thoroughfares include Venice Boulevard, La Cienega Boulevard and Robertson Boulevard. As of 2009, the population of Beverlywood was just under 6,100 people.
The majority of the homes are single-family residences, and the neighborhood in primarily residential. The community is managed by the Beverlywood Homes Association, one of the most powerful home owners associations in Los Angeles. It was through the will-power of the HOA that Beverlywood retained its residential environment, bucking the trend to become more commercial during the renovations of the Westside in the 1960s.
One of the most prominent landmarks in Beverlywood is the copper-topped bell tower of Hamilton High School. A museum dedicated to renown Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal sits just on the outskirts of Beverlywood. The LAPD has a community station in the area, which helps to keep crime to a minimum, which helps to keep housing values high and homeowners insurance low. The community uses Los Angeles municipal services, including the LA Public School District, but the majority of school-aged children attend private schools.
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