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Old August 29th, 2005, 07:25 AM   #161
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E L A tower

● Height: 35-40 floors above the ground,150 meters (estimated).
(estimated) (450 ft).

● Location: near Ayalon highway, in Menachem Begin way.

● Architect: Shin Takamatzu from Japan and Lechiani.
● Designation: offices, commercial, residence and hotel keeping.
● There are 1,500 square meters for commercial usage, 27,000 square meters of office space, 9,000 square meters of residence and hotel keeping, total of 37,500.




I’m sorry I haven’t been following the Tel Aviv forum but I was wondering if anybody knows much about the status of this project. I have been in love with this building since I saw it in a book I bought a few years ago. This is one of my most favorite buildings in the world and I really hope it gets built. THX A BUNCH.
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Old August 29th, 2005, 10:27 PM   #162
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I hope that this time the resumed construction on the last Azrieli Bldg is for real, b/c I have been hearing news like this in the past, and it was never resumed.
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Old September 3rd, 2005, 04:38 AM   #163
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If this is not built in Tel Aviv then its got to be built some place els. This design is too good to be a "never built."
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Old September 4th, 2005, 04:39 PM   #164
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80 skyscrapers are planned (40 FL. - 102 FL.),some approved ,for Tel Aviv and more towers in TA metro area in Ramat Gan and in Givataym


one tower

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Old September 4th, 2005, 11:49 PM   #165
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Habas sells YOO apartments for over NIS 300m

Over half the apartments in the entire project were sold by the end of June, even though only a quarter of the project had been completed.

Roy Meltzer 4 Sep 05 10:38

Habas HZ Investments (1960) Ltd.’s (TASE:HABS) YOO project in Zameret Park in north Tel Aviv is moving forward quickly. Real estate industry source predict that construction will be completed toward the end of 2007.

The sources said Habas had sold apartments in the YOO project for over NIS 300 million. 80% of apartments in the first tower have been sold, and over half the apartments in the entire project were sold by the end of June, even though only a quarter of the project had been completed. These figures require reports on the extent of sales. Sales of apartments in the second tower are expected to begin in early 2006.

The YOO project is due to have 297 apartments in two round high-rises, one with 35 floors, and the other 39.

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes.co.il - on September 4, 2005
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Old September 6th, 2005, 09:26 PM   #166
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Africa-Israel, Minrav offer 25,000 sqm in Gov’t Complex

Space will be leased at $16 per sq.m. per month. Buyers may be more interested in buying the building if it is fully occupied.

Guy Yamin 6 Sep 05 16:44

Half Jubilee Ltd., jointly owned by Africa-Israel Investments Ltd. (TASE:AFIL; Pink Sheets:AFIVY) and Minrav Holdings Ltd. (TASE:MNRV), have begun marketing 25,000 sq.m. of office space in the Israel Government Complex in Tel Aviv. The complex is across the street from the Azrieli Towers, at the corner of Menachem Begin Rd. and Kaplan St. Office rent in the complex is estimated at $16 per sq.m. per month, and revenue is expected to reach $5 million a year.

The 13 floors of the building that are being offered on the open market are located above the floors occupied by government offices, which are renting space at $15.60 per sq.m. per month in 20-year leases.

The Israel Government Complex in Tel Aviv has 70,000 sq.m. of office space on 36 floors, and 1,000 sq.m. of commercial space on two floors. Half Jubilee has already signed leases with several tenants for the commercial space.

“Globes” recently reported that Half Jubilee was negotiating to sell the entire building for $60 million. The negotiations failed, however, apparently because of the complexity of the deal, and the risks involved. Half Jubilee is now marking the remaining space on the open market. It is possible that buyers, especially investment institutions, will be more interested in the building if it is fully occupied.

The building includes an underground parking garage. The parking garage currently has 350 spaces built in accordance with a standard that took into account future mass transit systems, including the Tel Aviv light railway, which will pass nearby. The offices will receive the public, and traffic in the area is expected to be heavy.

Half Jubilee said it would demolish the Israel Air Force building adjacent to the Government Complex, where it will build 1,150 underground parking places, which will be added to those in the Government Complex. During the interim, which is expected to last two-three years, the government offices will be authorized to use 600 parking place in adjacent lots.

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes.co.il - on September 6, 2005
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Old September 7th, 2005, 12:44 AM   #167
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80 skyscrapers are planned (40 FL. - 102 FL.),some approved ,for Tel Aviv and more towers in TA metro area in Ramat Gan and in Givataym
Some really nice towers here, I really like those quadruplets.

Anyway, you say 80 skyscraoers planned (40F-102F). Did I get it wrong or will there be a 102-storey tower? Details if any of you guys have them?
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Old September 8th, 2005, 04:12 PM   #168
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80 skyscrapers are planned (40 FL. - 102 FL.),some approved ,for Tel Aviv and more towers in TA metro area in Ramat Gan and in Givataym


anew plan for aneighbourhood in north TA called "new manhattan" was represented to the finance ministry and to the Israel land authority.

the plan is to build doesens of skyscrapers with no hight restrictions ,which includes 30,0000 living units .on an area of 1300 dunam with the cost of some 8 billion $.

the plan was forged by group of specialists and architects for the private owners of the lots in that area. the area is occupied today by the domestic Airfield of Sde Dov ,which will be evacuated.

source :Ynet


the area today-you can see the Sde Dov landing field runway on bottom right.



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Old September 8th, 2005, 09:11 PM   #169
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Here are some skyscraper updates that beivushtang took recently in the Urban Images fourm.

Yoo Towers, Kirya Tower, and some project in the foreground I don't know of


Sea Towers?


Bank Discount Tower


Pan of Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan, and Bnei Brak


Same area only further out


Pan of Samaria and Petah Tikvah


Construction cranes in Old Ramat Gan


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Old September 9th, 2005, 10:12 AM   #170
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Old September 17th, 2005, 06:01 AM   #171
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No more postponements for Tel Aviv light railway bids

The deadline is December 20, after four postponements. The Red Line tender is NIS 8 billion.

Gal Nissim 15 Sep 05 13:20

There will be no more postponements of the deadline for submitting bids in the Tel Aviv light railway Red Line tender, NTA Metropolitan Mass Transit System Benjamin Vaknin told “Globes”.

The deadline for the NIS 8 billion Red Line tender is now December 20, after four postponements. Vaknin said NTA was ready and had expanded the professional team for answering bidders’ questions and requests for clarifications. He said the timetable could be met, and no requests for additional postponements would be accepted; the bidders knew that they had to submit bids by the end of December. He said that meeting timetables was essential for such a complex project.

The tenders committee, headed by Ministry of Finance deputy Accountant General Haggai Miller, said participating consortia had already submitted preliminary financial and transport models. The tenders committee is expected to shortly take decision concerning the audit report by Louis Berger Group Inc. on changes to be made in the tender, including increasing state guarantees for the project. The tenders committee said no change would be made that would delay the timetable.

The original deadline for submitting bids in the Red Line tender was August 2004. It was postponed to November 2004, then to March 2005, July 2005, and finally to December 2005.

The 22-kilometer Red Line, including a 10-kilometer underground section, will run from the Petah Tikva central bus station, through Ramat Gan and Tel Aviv-Jaffa, to Bat Yam in the south.

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes.co.il - on September 15, 2005
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Old September 21st, 2005, 08:55 PM   #172
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ILA won’t extend Hazera Ayalon Park agreement

Hazera Quality Seeds owns 284.25 acres of land included in the park.

Shmuel Dekalo 20 Sep 05 14:42

The agreement between the Israel Land Administration (ILA) and Hazera Quality Seeds with respect to land in Ayalon Park expired in mid-July, and the ILA has announced that it is unwilling to extend the agreement, which is consequently no longer valid. ILA Tel Aviv district director Yaron Bibi notified Hazera legal representative Adv. Eli Zohar of the decision.

Hazera owns 1,137 dunam (284.25 acres) of land included in the Ayalon Park plan. On July 28, 2002, the ILA and Hazera signed an authorization agreement entailing joint planning for the company’s land. The agreement authorized Hazera to promote planning procedures for the land, including preparing and changing construction plans.

Hazera planned to have part of the land it held in the park rezoned for construction of 10,000 housing units and 300 dunam (75 acres) for industry.

Bibi’s announcement said that the agreement had required Hazera to work with the planning authorities to prepare a plan according to the timetable stipulated in Resolution 611 of the ILA Council.

Bibi also said that since Hazera had not met the timetable, the ILA had no obligations stemming from the agreement. The ILA therefore stated that the agreement had expired on the stipulated date.

This position is also included in the response by the State Attorney’s Office to a petition by the Israel Union for Environmental Defense against the planning authorization granted to Hazera.

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Old September 25th, 2005, 04:05 AM   #173
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More projects that will be in Tel Aviv.

Witzo Towers
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Shuck Sitonai Towers
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Rad-Bynet begins marketing 2nd Or Tower in Ramat Hahayal

The project covers 72,000 sq.m., including 38,000 in offices and commercial space.

Guy Yamin 25 Sep 05 13:12

At a ceremony at the site, Rad-Bynet Real Estate will announce this week the beginning of marketing of the second of its two Or Towers in Ramat Hahayal. Marketing of the first tower has been completed.

The Or Towers project, located at the corner of Habarzel Street and Hanehoshet Street, is a continuation of the Ziv Towers project. The project covers 72,000 sq.m., including 38,000 in offices and commercial space.

The first tower was marketed mostly to high-tech companies. In a deal contracted last week, high-tech company Malcam rented offices at $14 per sq.m. per month. A 600-sq.m. Sushi Samba restaurant (the Israeli branch of a successful New York restaurant chain) is expected to open on the commercial floor of the building.

Businessman Meir Shamir rented the eleventh floor of the building, where he plans to move the offices of Mivtach Shamir Holdings (TASE: MISH), which he controls. Shamir will pay $13 per sq.m. per month. Rents in the building are in the $12-15 range, in addition to $120 per month per underground parking space.

The second building, slated for completion in mid-2006, will have 16,000 sq.m. above the 3,000 commercial floor shared by the two towers. Rad-Bynet Real Estate has entrusted marketing of the building to Maof Real Estate Advisors.

Rad-Bynet Real Estate CEO Dalit Braun said that demand for offices in Ramat Hahayal had risen in recent months, as reflected in the higher rents prevailing in the area. She added that high-tech companies planning to expand their business were responsible for the increase in demand.

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TASE solicits bids for new building

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange needs 6,000 sq.m. of main space and 7,500 sq.m. of service space.

Guy Yamin 25 Sep 05 13:13

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) announced at the end of last week that it was considering moving to a new building three years from now. The TASE needs 6,000 sq.m. of main space and 7,500 sq.m. of service space. Most of the space is for offices, a computer center, and a center with up to 1,000-sq.m. for 300 visitors.

The TASE needs eight floors with 750-1,500 sq.m. of gross space, and 150 parking places within the building. TASE management is also demanding a public parking lot nearby.

The TASE announced that the new building could either be a separate building, to be called the TASE house, or a separate wing of a larger building. A single separate building or lot with an approved Urban Building Plan (UBP), however, is preferable. The TASE will consider bids for lots, buildings adapted to its needs, and rental premises.

TASE management announced that it was not publishing a tender at this stage, but asking for information and preliminary offers, to be submitted by October 29. The TASE currently occupies a 4,000-sq.m. six-storey building at 54 Ahad Ha’am Street.

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102 floors?
Where? when? what? who? where?
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So..
which is the 120 FL one?
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Eilat railway approved as national infrastructure project

The initial cost of the project is estimated at NIS 6.6 billion.

Gal Nissim 28 Sep 05 12:04

Sources inform "Globes" that the Eilat railway project has been approved as a national infrastructure project. Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and the ministers of finance and internal affairs gave the go-ahead for fast track approval by the national infrastructures committee. The initial cost of the project is estimated at NIS 6.6 billion.

The project involves a 286-kilometer railway from Beersheva to Eilat Port, by way of Dimona and Har Zin. The project has two sections. The first includes upgrading and doubling the existing 91 kilometers of railway track between Beersheva and Har Zin. The second consists of laying 165 kilometers of track from the phosphates area near Har Zin through the Arava to Eilat Port. Railway stations are planned in Dimona, Merkaz Sapir, Zofar, Paran, Hevan, Ya’alon, Lotan, Yotvata, and Tamar. Travel time from Tel Aviv to Eilat will be three hours. The line may be electrified at a later stage.

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So much construcion going on !!! Amazing. Congratulations Tel Aviv.
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