How busy is Beverly Glen Blvd south of Wilshire?

Asked by Jrthome, Dana Point, CA Mon Oct 5, 2009

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Tom Bashe, Agent, Temecula, CA
Mon Jan 27, 2014
Hello

Beverly Glen is best south of Wilshire, or North of Mullholland. Lots of great condo complexes and its really not that bad pulling in and out of the underground parking lots either. Consistent traffic but no worse than any other street in Los Angeles. Have a wonderful rest of the day and know that I'm here to help should you need my assistance!

Tom Bashe l Broker l SCA Real Estate l 951.547.0705 l Tom@SCARealEstate.com
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GREAT HOUSE…, Agent, Beverly Hills, CA
Sat Jan 18, 2014
Constant flow of traffic BUT .... However, once you learn the neighborhood, there are lots of side streets to use; traffic is not really a problem. Never bumper to bumper. I lived on Beverly Glen for 4 years. GREAT location, worth the traffic, spend some time in unit before buying or renting, especially on a Sunday afternoon from 3-6 and on a weekday from 8-9 a.m. and/or 4:30-7. Those are peak times. You have to see if noise bothers you. The traffic itself will never hold you up more than a minute or two.
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Scott McInto…, Agent, Los Angeles, CA
Thu Sep 23, 2010
It has been awhile since the questions has been answered, however, I will point out that Beverly Glen is a busy North/South artery street from Pico to Sunset. I drive this street almost daily and I would say it is rarely a bumper to bumper type street. But it does get constant flow with people often driving pretty fast.

Hope this helps someone, if not the op.
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Joe Nernberg, , Calabasas, CA
Mon Oct 5, 2009
The quickest part of your commute will be backing out of the driveway.
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Dorene Slavi…, Agent, Torrance, CA
Mon Oct 5, 2009
Hi Jr.
Beverly Glen is south of Wilshire Boulevard.(from Santa Monica to Olympic) is a often used "short cut" so there is more traffic then normal for a residential neighborhood. I would consider the side streets off of the main road for a quieter living. Feel free to access the MLS from my webiste below, to see other properties in the area that are for sale and email me directly with questions.
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Deborah Brem…, Agent, Los Angeles, CA
Mon Oct 5, 2009
Hi J,
The farther south you go, the less busy Beverly Glen becomes. From Olympic on up, it becomes a direct cut through for all of those working in Century City to get to the valley. There will be stopped traffic at the corner of Sunset and Beverly Glen most times of the day, turning right going north. If you are considering purchase, the average price drop for on vs. off Beverly Glen can be $50-100,000 for a condo, and homes on Beverly Glen are about 10% less than their counterparts off Beverly Glen.
Debbie Bremner
The Bremner Group at Coldwell Banker
310-571-1364
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Monique and…, Agent, Beverly Hills, CA
Mon Oct 5, 2009
Hello JRThome,

Beverly Glen is pretty busy South of Wilshire. It's mostly residential. If you are considering a condo in that area many of them don't face Beverly Glen and even if they do, many have double pane windows. The higher up you are on the condo also keeps the noise level down. It is a nice street. Not bumper to bumper busy but busy at times.

Best,

Monique Carrabba
The Carrabba Group
Keller Williams Hollywood Hills
mcarrabba@kw.com
(323) 899-2900
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