The Wilshire/La Cienega station is located at the intersection of Wilshire and La Cienega Boulevards in the City of Beverly Hills. The surrounding land uses are predominantly single-family residential, with vibrant commercial corridors along Wilshire and La Cienega Boulevards. Within the City of Los Angeles, the station area is largely multiple-family and single-family residential, with commercial buildings along Wilshire Boulevard and portions of San Vicente and La Cienega Boulevards. Across both cities, the Wilshire/La Cienega station area contains a total population of 33,672,* and 47,666 jobs or approximately 20 jobs per acre.

The City of Los Angeles will work closely with the City of Beverly Hills to coordinate planning efforts around the station. The City of Beverly Hills is currently developing a community plan for the surrounding area that will implement the community’s vision for the neighborhood and address issues such as urban design, mobility enhancements, land uses, and connectivity to the new subway station. For more information on the City of Beverly Hills’ community planning efforts, please visit

The station area within the City of Los Angeles is located in the Wilshire Community Plan Area, with portions of it additionally located in special districts such as the Miracle Mile Community Design Overlay, the Carthay Circle Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ), the South Carthay HPOZ, and the Beverly Grove Residential Floor Area district.

More detailed information about the station area can be found in the Existing Conditions Report. Click on the maps below to view high-quality PDF documents.


Existing Land Use                                      Existing Zoning


*2010 US Census data for all census tracts that are located partially or completely within a half-mile radius of the transit station. This data includes areas outside of the half-mile station area and does not reflect the exact boundaries of any future plans.
**US Census Bureau’s Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD)