Hadera, a city with energy: 2022 is a turning point in urban renewal in the city (Photo: Reuven Castro)
The approval of 2 urban renewal projects in Hadera, which received building permits last weekend by the local planning committee in the city - announce that in 2022 the construction of over 1,000 new housing units has been approved in 5 urban renewal projects throughout the city.
At the end of the week, the local planning committee in the city approved building permits for two projects: the second Aliya complex, located in the heart of the city, where 400 new units are expected to be built, instead of 62 old apartments, and the 'Hebrew Regiment' project, which is the first wave of urban renewal in the old Givat Olga neighborhood , where 274 new apartments will be built, instead of 36 old apartments.
As mentioned, these projects join 3 other projects in the city center that received building permits during the year 2022: the Smilansky complex, which includes the construction of 184 housing units, a project on IDF Street, which includes the construction of 94 units, as well as the project on Sheshet Haim Street, which includes the construction of 120 units.
In doing so, the local planning and construction committee approved the construction of over 1,000 new housing units, which will change the face of the city center and will be a growth engine for additional projects that will be approved in the coming years.
The authority is expected to receive funding of NIS 20-30 million for them from the state according to agreements it has signed.
The project on the second Aliya street
As part of the plan of the Gesem Hashakot, located on the second Aliya Street, on the seam between the Treasury neighborhood and the city center, 6 old buildings of 2-4 stories with 62 apartments will be demolished, in favor of a project that will include 400 units in 5 towers of 18-26 stories, in a mix A variety of apartments, including small apartments and special apartments.
The project, which covers approximately 7.5 dunams, will also include public and commercial areas and an open public area of 850 square meters, as well as public areas for kindergartens and day care centers.
The project on the Hebrew Regiment street in the Olga neighborhood
The first evacuation-construction plan in the Givat Olga neighborhood is expected to be launched in the coming months with the evacuation of the three buildings on Hagadod Hebrai Street.
As part of the plan, the Oron Group will build 274 new apartments at the expense of the 36 old ones.
The project is expected to renew the entire neighborhood, with an emphasis on the construction of new buildings, infrastructure, public buildings and more.
In place of the three buildings that will be demolished, two towers will be built - one with 24 floors and the other with 32 floors.
Out of all the housing units, 55 are expected to be small apartments, up to 75 square meters of main area, which will be distributed between the two buildings. The project also includes about 1000 square meters for commercial and public areas.
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Visualization: First evacuation-construction project in a neighborhood in Givat Olga in Hadera (Photo: Oron Group)
"We are very happy on the occasion of receiving the building permit at the beginning of the new civil year. The regeneration project of Givat Olga in Hadera is expected to become a real gem for those who wish to live near the sea and still remain at a reasonable distance from the center for work needs. We are excited to lead the first project as part of the regeneration of The entire neighborhood is waiting for the work to begin," says Mario Kopel, CEO of Oron Real Estate.
The year 2022: the year of Hadera
The year 2022 is a turning point when it comes to the realization of urban renewal plans in Hadera.
During it, urban renewal plans were approved, which increase the amount of housing units that are expected to be built in the city in the coming years.
The responsibility for the success of the intensive promotion of the latest construction permits in the city center and the additional plans for urban renewal are attributed to the Hadera Municipality's Engineering Department and the Department of Urban Renewal in the Hadera Economic Company, who together in recent years have been leading accelerated urban renewal processes throughout the city and have been able to connect in an ideal way between all the factors involved in the process, the residents of the old neighborhoods and the entrepreneurs who have won in tenders for the construction of these complexes.
The expectation is that in 10 years the face of the city will change completely.
The city center, which today is lined with old and old 2-3 story buildings, will become a living urban center that combines residence, employment and commerce in an intensive 20-30 story building, creating bustling streets for people who live, work and shop in the city center.
During the past year, as published, Hadera together with 11 other local authorities signed an agreement with the Ministry of Housing and the Urban Renewal Authority to receive assistance in financing the establishment of urban infrastructure in urban renewal projects to the extent of 440 million shekels, with the city receiving funding of 20-30 thousand shekels for each More than any new housing unit.
This move will help the city in containing the housing units that are expected to be approved and built in the coming years.
Message from the mayor of Hadera, Nir Ben Haim (photo: official website, photo: Shlomi Gabai)
Gal Lachmi, Head of the Urban Renewal Directorate at the Economic Society:
"The projects in the Hebrew Battalion and its second owner that have just received building permits and their construction will begin soon are another catalyst for urban renewal in the city. These are important steps to promote urban and urban construction in Hadera. parts of the city. The new construction in Hadera is good news both for entrepreneurs and real estate companies who are looking for good business investments and are exposed to the efficiency of execution in a city that is already starting today to actually realize its planning potential within the framework of urban renewal and for the residents, since it is about the renewal of entire areas and all that this implies: renewal of the community, infrastructure, commerce and public buildings."
Nir Ben Haim, Acting Mayor of Hadera:
"The city has established itself in recent years as a leading city in urban renewal at the national level and attracts a young and strong population that contributes to the strengthening of the city. In light of the agreements signed with the state, we were able to show amazing results in a short time and issue building permits for over 1,000 new apartments, the beginning of which the residents will be able to see on the ground as early as 2023 These are projects that will fundamentally change the urban fabric in the city center and Hadera in general. Alongside this, we are constantly working to upgrade the face of the city and the public space and improve the quality of life of the residents."