Next to Azrieli, a tower of 91 floors will rise into the sky

Next to Azrieli, the 91st floor tower will rise to the sky

The Tel Aviv City Committee approved the construction of the spiral tower of the Azrieli complex.

The 350-meter-high structure will have 91 floors.
< The construction company announced that the excavation phase is currently being completed, and the construction of basements and ground structures will begin in the coming months. The area of ​​the tower is 150,000 square meters, which is identical to the area of ​​the three already the existing Azrieli towers. The tower will have 6 levels of underground parking and another commercial floor, which is directly connected to the Shaul Ha-Meleh station, which is used by the high-speed tram under construction. The above-ground tower will include commercial floors at the base, office floors up to half of the tower, above which residential floors will be leased, in which x 171 housing units were built. Upstairs there is a hotel with about 250 rooms. The 90-91 floors will house a chef's restaurant and a 360-degree open bar. The tower's designers are KPF, which designed 6 of the 10 tallest skyscrapers in the world in collaboration with Israeli architect Moshe Tsur, who created the project, which in itself is an addition to the existing and still unique Azrieli center. The urban space around Azrieli center in Tel Aviv will also be modernized. As part of the project, sidewalks will be expanded in favor of cycle paths and shaded gazebos; A wide promenade for pedestrians and cyclists will be built on the western side of Ayalon, and a bicycle parking with 400 free parking spaces will be organized for the population.

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