Rodeo Drive generally refers to a famous three-block long stretch of boutiques and shops in Beverly Hills, although the street stretches further north and south. It is known as one of the most expensive shopping districts in the world. The center divide on this street was a horse path until the early 1950s, thus the name, but the shopping district as presently constituted developed in the 1970s. The business district is at once an exclusive shopping district, but also a major tourist attraction. The "Rodeo Drive" business district also includes those businesses on the streets that lie for a few blocks in either direction. Architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Anderton Court Shops at 333 N. Rodeo Drive.
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