The Platinum Triangle is the unofficial name for the three adjacent affluent neighborhoods in the Westside area of Los Angeles County. The Platinum Triangle includes two Los Angeles city neighborhoods, Bel Air and Holmby Hills; and the City of Beverly Hills.
The small neighborhood of Holmby Hills was ranked number one in the nation and may have the world’s largest collection of multimillion-dollar mansions. Two of its more renowned mansions are the Playboy mansion and the Spelling mansion which recently sold for $130 million.
Real Estate prices within the Platinum Triangle vary depending on what part of the triangle you are in. Expect estates in the Platinum Triangle to have a median price per square foot range of anywhere from $900/sq. ft. to $1,100/sq. ft.
The Platinum Triangle of Beverly Hills encompasses commercial elements of the city. You can enjoy casual or fine-dining at such restaurants such as Mulberry Street Pizza, Xi’An, Spago, Bouchon, Avra, and many more.
The Platinum Triangle also offers the best in high-end retail shopping. Some of the world-renowned flagship stores include Giorgio Armani, Prada, Valentino, Brioni, Armani, Zegna, Stefano Ricci, Domenico Vacca, Jimmy Choo and many more. On the southwest border of the Beverly Hills Platinum Triangle, one can find a collection of the most luxurious department stores, including Neiman Marcus, Barney’s New York and Sachs Fifth Avenue.
The amazing amenities, from shopping, to fine-dining, to legal and professional services make the Platinum Triangle a convenient match to the gorgeous real estate of Beverly Hills.