Just a few blocks west on Santa Monica Boulevard is Beverly Hills' buttoned-down brother, Century City. If Beverly Hills is about spending money, Century City is about making it. This district of glass office towers is home to entertainment companies—including two of Hollywood's key talent agencies, CAA and ICM, law firms, and investment corporations. It's a particularly precise place, with angular fountains, master-planned boulevards, and pedestrian bridges making it worth a drive down its famous "Avenue of the Stars" if only to imagine yourself amongst them.
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