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After the resort in Shaharot, the Six Senses hotel chain in Israel will open its second hotel in Israel: "Rothschild 10".
The project, which is currently located in the heart of Tel Aviv, between Rothschild Herzl and Lilienbloom streets, was built as part of a historical complex that includes five historic buildings for preservation built in 1909 as part of the first 66 houses of "Ahuzat Beit" - later Tel Aviv.
The project combines hotels, residences and commerce and the total investment in it is about one billion shekels.
The project is supported by the Tadhar Group and the developer Ziv Aviram, who signed an agreement with Six Senses under which the group will manage the hotel in the "Rothschild 10" luxury project.
The 42-story building will include a hotel that will span 10 floors with 140 rooms, in addition to 55 designed housing units that will be spread over 21 more floors.
The 42-story building will include a 10-story hotel.
Rothschild 10 (Photo: Studio 84)
In addition to the hotel, the building will have 55 designed housing units (Photo: Studio 84)
The first hotel in Israel to be built according to American green building standards
The "Rothschild 10" project is a new complex that combines hotels, residences and commerce.
The project is initiated by the Tidhar group.
In 2020, Ziv Aviram - an entrepreneur and businessman from one of the leaders in the Israeli economy - joined the project.
The agreement was signed by the Tadhar Group, Ziv Aviram and the CEO of the Six Senses Group, Neil Jacobs. The innovative hotel will stand in line with the leading group hotels in the world, including the hotels in the Seychelles, the Maldives, France, Switzerland, Thailand, Italy, Portugal and more, they will also be managed by Six Senses.
The hotel is the first in Israel to be built according to the American "Leed Platinum" green building standard, the strictest green building standard characterized by operation by innovative technological systems that result in minimal damage to the environment and maximum environmental and ecological improvement.
The hotel will be built according to American green building standards (Photo: Studio 84)
The project is expected to be completed in 2025
Ziv Aviram, co-founder of Mobileye and Orcam and a leading Israeli entrepreneur: "The Rothschild 10 project is one of the most exciting and special projects in the field of real estate in Israel today.
The way we chose to preserve the history of 5 buildings that have existed since the beginning of the city of Tel Aviv while combining green construction, new technologies and extraordinary architecture is particularly exciting.
The choice to join the Tadhar Group in this project created a special opportunity of urban renewal while initiating, executing and quality of construction among the best in the world.
I am sure that the connection with Six Senses to manage the hotel in the project will create an extraordinary experience for the hotel guests and the residents of the project."
Gil Geva, Chairman of the Tadhar Group: "The Rothschild 10 complex, which is being built these days, is one of the flagship projects of the Tadhar Group, which we have been initiating and promoting since 2009. The project combines five historic buildings from the early days of the city, with sustainable new construction and technological progress.
Together they tell the special story of Tel Aviv, history alongside innovation and bustling life.
The hotel is the first hotel in Israel to be built to the Leed Platinum standard and its construction sets a new standard for entrepreneurship in the construction industry.
The entire complex is one of the most complex engineering projects currently being carried out in Israel and is expected to be completed in 2025
. An uncompromising standard of quality and excellence. Six Senses will provide our guests and tenants with the highest hotel and management services in the world."
Referring to the second launch of the brand in Israel, Six Senses CEO Neil Jacobs said, "Tel Aviv is one of the busiest cities in the world today.
To understand it, one must experience it, its center of innovation and its art and creation scene, its coffee culture and, for me, the genius of its Israeli chefs.
The opportunity to not only be a part of this city but also to lay our cornerstone next to its foundation stone is extremely exciting.
In fulfilling the vision of Six Senses Tel Aviv with Tadhar, one of the leading real estate groups in Israel, we demonstrate our passion and intention in the property, from the pioneering wellness programs of Six Senses Place to the sabih served alongside the blessing on the 17th floor. Six Senses Tel Aviv joins to our urban hotels in Istanbul and with a site to open soon in Rome, followed by London, Bangkok, Dubai, Lisbon and Kyoto, all in the next two years."
Tel Aviv Jaffa