The Sterling Plaza in 2015
|Architectural style||Art Deco architecture|
|Address||9429-9441 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California, 90210|
|Client||California National Bank of Beverly Hills|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||John and Donald Parkinson|
Sterling Plaza (also known as the California Bank Building) is a historic building in Beverly Hills, California.
It was built for the California National Bank of Beverly Hills. As a result, it was first known as the California Bank Building. The building was completed just before the Wall Street crash. It was later acquired by Louis B. Mayer, the head of MGM.
- Los Angeles Conservancy: Sterling Plaza
- Emporis: California Bank Building
- Suzanne Tarbell Cooper, Amy Ronnebeck Hall, Frank E. Cooper, Jr., Los Angeles Art Deco, Arcadia Publishing, 2005,
- Marc Wanamaker, Beverly Hills: 1930-2005, Arcadia Publishing, 2006 
- Is Donald Sterling guilty of tax evasion? New report shows his long-dead grandmother and mother are the CURRENT owners of two properties in his childhood neighborhood, The Daily Mail, May 19, 2014
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