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Yad Eliyahu does not rise to the top: Zemach Hamerman will carry out a construction evacuation project in the neighborhood - voila! Real estate


The construction plan at 4-10 Ein Gav Street takes into account the character of the neighborhood and includes the textured construction of 144 apartments in 4 buildings, each 6.5 stories tall

The project is in Eliyahu's hands.

In sharing help and need (Photo: Imaging: Evolve Media)

The Hamerman plant company won a "call" for entrepreneurs' proposals to carry out an urban renewal project that includes clearing and construction on Ein Gev Street in the Yad Eliyahu neighborhood in Tel Aviv-Yafo.

This is the fifth project that is launched using the model of the Tel Aviv-Jaffa municipality, promoted through the subsidiary company "Ezra Bezron", in the framework of which the company "Ezra Bezron" organizes the tenants, plans the IBA and gets it approved by the local committee. With the publication of the plan for objections, the company leaves In a public "call" for the selection of an entrepreneur who will carry out the project for the tenants.

The plan at 4-10 Ein Gev Street is in the form of evacuation-construction, and it includes the construction of 144 new housing units and the demolition of four housing buildings that include 54 housing units. As part of the plan, four buildings will be built New buildings of 6.5 stories each. The plan allocates a public area of ​​450 square meters to public buildings on the ground floor of one of the buildings, and it includes balconies for all tenants and a parking standard ranging from 0.

Breaking planning records

This project broke records for planning speed: within a period of only two years, they managed to go from the phase of organizing the tenants and collecting signatures to the approval of the plan for deposit.

As mentioned, this is the fifth project that is launched within the framework of the model.

For the first four projects, on La Guardia St., Tko'a, Jaffa 3 and Kfar Shalem - entrepreneurs who provided significant changes have already been selected.

These days, a "call" is underway to select an entrepreneur also for the project on Burma Street in the Kiryat Shalom neighborhood.

"Ezra and Need" states that this is a unique program that preserves the existing and unique texture of the Yad Eliyahu neighborhood, which is based on open spaces between the housing buildings, which allow for green living spaces and exceptional connectivity.

At the request of the planning department in the engineering administration, an effort was made to maintain a low and spacious textured construction.

At the request of the apartment owners, the planners created an open public space on the one hand and an intimate one on the other.

The plan is a marker regarding the direction of urban renewal in Yad Eliyahu, with an emphasis on preserving the values ​​of the neighborhood, the low-rise buildings and the open green spaces.

The company "Ezra and Need" which believes in promoting urban renewal programs in the city, is currently promoting about 20 different renewal programs.

The company led the planning of the IBA for the project with the full participation of the apartment owners.

According to Eli Ginzberg, CEO of "Ezra Bevtsron" company: "One of the tenants contacted us and asked for our help. We started by organizing the tenants and collecting the signatures and started planning. Our model allows sharing of all the stakeholders, the apartment owners and the municipality, and enables the creation of plans that first consider the community and the environment and only then answer the economic aspects that enable the implementation of the plan. The fact that 14 companies competed and offered the tenants significant changes, proves how much this model provides a solution for all parties:

  • Real estate

  • urban renewal


  • Yad Eliyahu

  • Tel Aviv Jaffa

  • Help and need

  • urban renewal

Source: walla

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