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Two Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills

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Shopping Mall · Hidden Gem · Landmark
Built in 1989, Two Rodeo occupies 1.25 acres and is located at the northeast corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Rodeo Drive. With its 130,645 square feet of retail space, it is the largest development ever built on Rodeo Drive to date.

Two Rodeo consists of two buildings; a two-story and a three-story building, each clad in a distinctive façade fashioned out of limestone and terra cotta or brick and molded plaster. The buildings share common structural steel framework over a subterranean parking garage featuring convenient valet parking.

A cobblestone Via bisects the entire project, linking the north and south portals of the property. The natural topography of the Via at Two Rodeo slopes gently downward, providing an attractive, vehicle-free refuge for shoppers. The Via extends from the intersection of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Way to an open piazza overlooking Wilshire Boulevard that serves as the town square of Two Rodeo. Featuring broad limestone steps leading down to Wilshire Boulevard and flanked by a sculpted marble fountain, the piazza is a centralized pedestrian-friendly destination for Two Rodeo’s patrons and visitors.

Two Rodeo is anchored by Tiffany & Co. and features 27 retail and restaurant tenants including Versace, Lanvin, Jimmy Choo, Etro, Porsche Design, Urasawa, Westime and more.
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  • If one ventures to Beverly Hills, you must visit Two Rodeo Drive Shopping Plaza. Two Rodeo Drive is the extreme high end mini mall of luxury boutiques located at the corner of Rodeo Drive and...  more »
  • This is at the corner of Rodeo Drive and Wilshire Blvd., across from the iconic Beverly Wilshire Hotel. It begins the main shopping area of Rodeo Drive. Very charming, sophisticated, (but...  more »
  • Definitely lives up to its name. Many posh, high end stores to browse for hours. Fast food stores available, jewellery stores, cafes, would leave at least 2 hours for browsing. Nice photo opportunities for those Instagrammers. All round great place for tourists!
  • It is a very beautiful and comfortable street. Although we didn't buy any one boutique, it is really pleasing to appreciate the decoration of the store. There is a Hilton Hotel at the bottom of the road. It is also very beautiful and has a European feel.

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