Studio at Beverly Hills Delivers a Google-esque Workspace

Find everything you need and then some at this shared campus in Silicon Beach.

The first contemporary coworking space showed up in 2005 in San Francisco. It was designed to give participants the best of both worlds: a place to fall into community while working on their own projects. Prior to this, plenty of remote executives and hopeful entrepreneurs were gathering in coffee houses to work together, separately. Today, remote workers of all kinds have access to cutting-edge, inspired meeting spaces.

Studio at Beverly Hills, an elevated, shared campus in Silicon Beach, is the latest coworking space—and it’s taking this concept to another level entirely, offering perks reminiscent of big tech players in Silicon Valley.



One of the perks of being in a coworking space is the ability to network and interact to foster a sense of support and community that is often missing when working alone. Studies have shown that with this sense of support and community comes increased energy, productivity, and creativity, often with much less distraction.


Teams and companies require both structure and flexibility in an environment with diversity and an engaging culture. To thrive in today’s modern business ecosystem, companies of all sizes must remain agile, connected, and ready for what’s next. Studio’s elevated work spaces are designed to optimize productivity, engagement, innovation, and well-being. Studio has a process that allows its clients to integrate their company culture, evolve and modernize their processes where necessary, and above all, thrive at work. That means teams can enjoy:

  • a comfortable, business-friendly workspace
  • exclusive access to business resources
  • improved accountability
  • a feel-good atmosphere


No matter the size, situation, or desired setup, Studio offers private meeting space designed to meet a wide variety of business needs. In short, there’s something for everyone, both individuals and teams. The flexibility of being able to reserve space for a few hours a day or entire days feeds into our customization culture. Cookie cutter doesn’t cut it, and Studio takes that very seriously. From open seating to private suites, a full spectrum of outstanding work-space solutions is available to meet individuals and companies right where they are, while setting the stage for their growth, expansion, and well-being.


Studio campuses feature amenities that aren’t the normal coworking style. Everyone has heard about the shared fringe benefits of employees at big Silicon Valley tech companies like Google and Facebook. Many of these amenities are also found at Studio, such as private theaters, wellness rooms for massages and meditation, gyms and locker rooms, carwashes, media production suites, and even first-class kitchens that offer cooking classes.


The expansion effect of Silicon Beach on nearby areas has many asking whether L.A., or even Beverly Hills, has what it takes to become the next tech capital of the West Coast. The evolution of Beverly Hills into a hub of startup capital and new business could be showing us a trend in the surrounding or already expanding areas. Silicon Beach, typically considered Playa Vista, Santa Monica, and Venice Beach, has expanded into areas like Culver City, West L.A., and Beverly Hills as startups and companies have begun to open or expand their presence in those areas as well. Given these new tech hubs, it’s no surprise to see the modern, all-inclusive campus that is Studio at Beverly Hills, and this exciting growth could mean great things for these areas in the near future.