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Old June 15th, 2005, 12:31 PM   #81
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80 skyscrapers are planned (40 FL. - 102 FL.),some approved ,for Tel Aviv and more towers planned for TA metro area in Ramat Gan and in Givataym


Yediot Tower

*Full name: Yediot Aharonot tower (temporary name).
● Height: 65 floors above the ground,? 260 meters.

● Location: Menachem Begin way, between Egged house and Azrieli towers.

● Architect: Tzvi Gabay.
● There will be 500 parking places.
● Built area:43,000 square meters.
● There will be 10,000 square meters of residence.
● There will be 33,000 square meters of office space.
● A bridge in height of 180 meters (590 ft) will connect between Yedihot tower and the closefitting Egged tower (which is planed to be built right next to it).


● State: proposed,
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Old June 15th, 2005, 05:36 PM   #82
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80 skyscrapers are planned (40 FL. - 102 FL.),some approved ,for Tel Aviv and more towers planned for TA metro area in Ramat Gan and in Givataym

the diagrams shows part of the future towers planned only for Tel Aviv.
more towers are planned in Tel Aviv metro :for Ramat Gan and for Givataym.





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Old June 16th, 2005, 03:39 AM   #83
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Tel Aviv light railway Green Line route approved
The 10-kilometer section in Tel Aviv will be underground.
Dalia Tal 24 May 05 16:34

The Tel Aviv light railway project is getting underway. The Tel Aviv Regional Planning and Building Board has approved the Green Line, at an estimated cost of $1.8 billion. No decision has yet been made on the date for the publication of tenders.
The 21-kilometer Green Line will run from Herzliya to Rishon LeZion, and will have 32 stations. The 10-kilometer stretch within Tel Aviv will be underground. The Green Line is projected to carry 50 million passengers a year.

Only half of the project has been approved so far: the underground section along Har Zion Blvd. and Carlebach St. in Tel Aviv. The northern section of the Green Line from Carlebach St. to Herzliya, which run beneath Ibn Gvirol St. until Hayarkon St., has not yet been approved.

Opinions regarding the underground sections of the Tel Aviv light railway have been divided. Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai and municipal engineer Danny Kaizer support the underground option. The Ministries of Finance and Transport oppose this, claiming it will raise the cost of the project by $300 million. The cost of building one kilometer of track aboveground is $25 million; below ground, it is $150 million.

Several months ago, NTA Metropolitan Mass Transit System published a tender for building the Red Line, running from Bat Yam to the Beilinson Medical Center campus in Petah Tikva. The $1.5 billion project is due to be completed in 2011. The train will run underneath Jerusalem Blvd. in Jaffa, to Allenby St., then to Arlozorov St., Ramat Gan and Petah Tikva.

Kaizer said the Tel Aviv municipality and environmental organization favored the underground option, which would avoid the need to isolate a ten-meter wide stretch along the city's main streets. The underground option will make Tel Aviv's streets, including Ibn Gvirol, pedestrian-friendly by widening sidewalks and establishing bicycle paths, businesses and gardens, while eliminating sources of traffic pollution.

The Israel Society for the Protection of Nature (ISPN) welcomed the courageous decision to put the Green Line underground, but regretted that the project was divided into two sections, because of an inability to agree on the route along Ibn Gvirol St. ISPN emphasized that besides the light railway plan, the Tel Aviv municipality was also building a huge underground parking garage at Rabin Square.

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes.co.il - on May 24, 2005
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Old June 16th, 2005, 03:41 AM   #84
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Finance Ministry halts Tel Aviv light railway Green Line project
The reason was Tel Aviv Regional Planning and Building Board's decision to run the railway below ground in central Tel Aviv.
Gal Nissim 30 May 05 16:24

Sources inform ''Globes'' that the Ministry of Finance has suspended the Tel Aviv light railway Green Line project. Ministry of Finance deputy budget director Shaul Zemach notified the Ministry of Transport director general that all work on the project would be halted until a government review of the plan. All planning and activity by NTA Metropolitan Mass Transit System, whether direct or indirect, will also be stopped.
The reason for the Ministry of Finance's decision was last week's decision by the Tel Aviv Regional Planning and Building Board to run the railway track below ground in central Tel Aviv, between Levinsky St. and the Yarkon River. The Ministries of Finance and Transport, as well as the NTA's official position, all oppose this route. The Ministries of Finance and Transport understand that an underground route would add billions of shekels to the cost of the Green Line project.

The Ministry of Finance budget division is expected to change NTA's budget following the review of the Green Line project.

Tel Aviv municipal engineer Danny Kaizer told "Globes" in response, "It seems as if the Ministry of Finance is afraid to cancel the project without first fulfilling the procedures available to it…Tel Aviv's light railway, including the Green Line, is intended to save Israel's economy huge amounts of money. I think that the Ministry of Finance ought to reverse its decision."

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes.co.il - on May 30, 2005
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Old June 16th, 2005, 09:59 PM   #85
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Amazing shot of tel aviv at night!
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Old June 16th, 2005, 10:11 PM   #86
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Old June 18th, 2005, 11:45 PM   #88
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Here are some recent shots of Tel Aviv that shows the projects that are being worked on.

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amazing pics!!

big building boom in North Tel Aviv
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Local board approves for deposit 35-storey tower on Assuta site

Gad Zeevi offered to sell the lot for $48 million, but accepted a conditional offer of $45 million.

Guy Yamin 19 Jun 05 14:02

The Tel Aviv local planning and building commission last week approved a plan on deposit at the Regional Planning and Building Board for a 35-storey residential high-rise on the former site of the Assuta Medical Center on Jabotinsky St. in Tel Aviv.
The lot includes 24,000 sq.m. of built-up space. The plan authorizes construction of 220 apartments: 180 in the tower and 40 in the hospital building already on the site. Construction of 24,000 sq.m. of commercial space was also approved.

The developers of the project are Mirage, owned by businessman Gad Zeevi, and a company owned by Dan Goldstein and Jack (Yaki) Dunietz.

Zeevi needs cash, and therefore recently agreed to sell the Assuta site for $48 million. He received offers from three large entities, which offered an average of $45 million, provided construction of the high-rise was approved. It is believed that he will now be able to sell the site to one of the three bidders.

The plan passed its first hurdle, the local planning and building commission, but objections from many local residents are expected to be filed at the stage of deposit with the Regional Board.

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Jabotinsky street near Ramat Gan's Bursa !of course soon great skyline for Tel Aviv-Ramat Gan!
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Old June 20th, 2005, 07:47 PM   #93
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Here are some updated pics that are in the Israel fourm.

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Here's an updated shot of the Neve Tzedek Tower.

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Old June 27th, 2005, 09:14 PM   #97
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80 skyscrapers are planned (40 FL. - 102 FL.),some approved ,for Tel Aviv and more towers planned for TA metro area in Ramat Gan and in Givataym


south kirya tower








● Height: 50+ floors above the ground, 220 meters (700 ft.)

● Location: one of the south kirya compound towers.

● State: planned

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they will destroy all old buildings in area?
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Caesarea Property buys Jaffa’s Clock Quarter for $6.65m

The company will build 15,400 sq.m. and renovate existing buildings for commercial purposes.

Guy Yamin 26 Jun 05 12:47

Caesarea Property and Recreation (TASE: CESA), controlled by businessman Albert Nassimi, has acquired the Clock Quarter in Jaffa from the Greek Orthodox Patriarch for $6.65 million. The price amounts to $1.17 million per dunam ($4.68 million per acre). The company will build 15,400 sq.m. and renovate existing buildings for commercial purposes.

The Clock Quarter covers 10 dunam (2.5 acres).

The quarter features low Arab-style houses, and includes 100-150 year-old buildings with a built-up area of 8,000-sq.m. Protected tenants occupy 3,700 sq.m. of the space.

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Old June 29th, 2005, 01:30 PM   #100
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80 skyscrapers are planned (40 FL. - 102 FL.),some approved ,for Tel Aviv and more towers planned for TA metro area in Ramat Gan and in Givataym



the city board commity approved adding 22 floors more to the existing Ayalon tower (3rd from the right). the works would complete within one year and ahalf.

the city board commity approved anew tower - Hillcrest tower -36 floors (4th from the right).works will start in 10 months.

another 2 towers ,the left ones, are planned.

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