Circulation & Parking

A traffic study conducted by nationally respected Gibson Traffic Consulting concluded One Beverly Hills would not result in significant traffic impacts under either the new or old state-mandated methodologies. This finding is consistent with the conclusions of the EIRs for the previously approved projects.

On Santa Monica Boulevard, a third westbound lane will be added to widen the street. There will be a new traffic signal at Merv Griffin Way and Santa Monica. Residents of One Beverly Hills and luxury hotel guests will use the private residential road on the western side of the property by the country club.

  • Adding a lane to westbound Santa Monica Boulevard
  • Realigning Merv Griffin Way to Whittier Drive
  • Adding a traffic signal at Santa Monica Boulevard & Merv Griffin Way
  • Residents of One Beverly Hills and Luxury Hotel guests will use the private residential road on the western side of the property by the country club.

A parking demand study concluded by Walker Consultants concluded that the project would need 2,179 spaces.