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Exuding hotel-inspired living in a private luxury building, Mandarin Oriental Residences in Beverly Hills is the first of the five-star hotel brand’s exclusively residential properties in the country. Developed by SHVO, Bilgili Group, and Deutsche Finance, built by Swinerton, and designed by MVE + Partners, the 54 units range from 1,182 square feet to 6,562 square feet.

Glass-railed terraces, sliding doors, and floor-to-ceiling windows with hairline mullions compose the six-story building’s glass façade.

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The interiors, designed by 1508 London, boast organic forms and are inspired by California’s landscape. Each residence's finishes feature wide-plank white oak flooring, custom kitchens with silver birch wood cabinetry, asymmetric curved leathered Taj Mahal quartzite kitchen islands, and vein-matched Azul de Nordic marble vanities with rounded corners.

Property amenities include a porte cochère with valet parking, a meeting room, a library, and a lounge with a fireplace. Atop the building is a pool with cabanas, various lounging areas, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a spa with treatment rooms, a steam room, and a sauna. The building’s landscaping was designed by Enea Garden Design.

The Mandarin Oriental Residences’ ground floor includes 6,650 square feet of retail space. The property will host Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud’s first West Coast restaurant that will also service the rooftop lounge.