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Drom Hakiriya, Tel-Aviv

Master Plans

Drom Hakiriya, Tel-Aviv

The master plan encompasses 160 dunams (16 hectares) of towers, future campus and a central park with a plan for preservation and reconstruction of the buildings and landscape of the German Templar colony of Sarona. The private housing tower complexes are also designed to include commercial uses as well as offices, hotels and housing, which will define an open public space in which the historical buildings of the colony of Sarona will be integrated. According to the master plan, the uses for the listed buildings are commerce, museums, restaurants, hotels, etc.; The underground parking lots in the complex are fed through an urban road going under the entire complex. The public park, spreading over an area of 46 dunams (4.6 hectares) is the heart of the project. It includes hundreds of trees, also listed according to the plan.

The complex's location as well as its historical heritage creates a new kind of urban texture, which is to render the complex into one of Tel-Aviv's most attractive recreation and living areas. 

 

Year: 2006
Client: Tel-Aviv - Jaffa Municipality
Team: Ora Hacham Rafael
Status: Appoved

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