I think that the height is pretty nailed to the design, but you can play a bit with the design and make a floor variations of 5-6~ between the towers, not to mention a podium with public and commercial use would have been nice, but that's in the new part of Rosh HaAyin so it's not going to happen unfortunately.
It probably would be better to build underground parking, but I guess it would increase the construction cost, and as a result the apartments prices.
In this situation I personally would prefer a parking close to the building, rather than trees and the parking far away.
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