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Tel Aviv 20,000 sqm
Tel Aviv 55,000 sqm
Jaffa 4,800 sqm
Nahariya 12,300 sqm
Tel Aviv 10,500 sqm
Tel Aviv 3,700 sqm
Haifa 10,500 sqm
Herzliya 4,000 sqm
Rishon LeZion 62,000 sqm
Mevaseret Zion 73,000 sqm
Herzliya 45,000 sqm
Holon 36,000 sqm
Tel Aviv 4,500 sqm
Tel Aviv 2,600 sqm
Haifa 3,500 sqm
Azor 37,000 sqm
Tel Aviv 156 Units
Tel Aviv 1,700 sqm
Hod Hasharon 2,000 sqm
Neve Ilan 82,000 sqm
Tel Aviv 4,000 sqm
Holon 1,300 sqm
Petah Tikva 2,600 sqm
Tel Aviv 2,300 sqm
Tel Aviv 1,500 sqm
Jordan Park 94,000 sqm
HaTzuk Beach, one of Tel Aviv's most popular beaches, lies between Herzliya Shore in the north and Tel Baruch Beach in the south.
The plot encompasses approximately 20,000 sqm and features the West Apartment Hotel, which comprises 163-holiday units, occupying a gross area of about 13,000 square meters.
As part of the new master plan, the Fund actively promotes zoning and increasing building rights for residential, hospitality, and commercial purposes. Additionally, the plan includes the development of green spaces that will seamlessly integrate with the planned Beachfront Park along the coastline.
The compound is part of the developing Mevo’ot Jaffa area of the city and is strategically located in terms of access to mass transportation.
The compound includes the workspace building of WeWork and a parking lot managed by Central Park.
In collaboration with Kardan Ltd., the Fund is promoting a plan for a new mixed-use quarter to include 890 residential units, about 20,000 sqm of office and commercial spaces as well as public spaces, with the aim of maximizing and increasing the value of the compound in accordance with the TA/5000 master plan.
Jaffa Port is known to be one of the world’s most ancient ports, and at one time served as a major commercial gateway in Israel. Work is currently being carried out to improve infrastructure systems, while preserving the unique historical character of the site.
The Fund is advancing a new plan that combines residences, hotels, commerce and public spaces in a unique location, harmoniously connecting the port compound to the streets of Jaffa.
The land is located at the entrance to the City of Nahariya on HaGaaton Blvd., close to Highway 4 and about 80 meters from the train station and the central bus station.
The Fund intends to promote the construction of an urban mixed-use complex on the land in accordance with the Nahariya outline plan. The value-add plan includes residences, office spaces, commerce, and hospitality that will make the property an urban center of attraction at the entrance to the city.
HaThiya 14 is an industrial building that was built in the 1960s and is located near Tel Aviv’s Bloomfield Stadium in an area undergoing massive urban renewal. The Fund is advancing a master plan that will rezone the compound from light industry and workshops to residential, commercial, and office spaces in accordance with TA/5000, the master plan for Tel Aviv, which was approved for enactment. The project represented Israel at the United Nations World Urban Forum Conference in June 2022 in Katowice, Poland.
The Journalists House, named after Nahum Sokolov, was built in 1957 and has served as the home of the Israel Journalists Association in Tel Aviv for over 60 years. This iconic establishment is recognized as a conservation site and is situated at the forefront of the compound, which encompasses several other buildings.
The goal of the Fund is to advance and increase the building rights from 95 to about 130 residential units and to develop a plan for a mixed-use project that combines residences, office, and commercial spaces.
Architecture and design: Foster + Partners.
The 10,500 sqm property, consisting of three plots, lies near the Haifa Port and Armon Tower, as well as the Haifa train station and the Carmelit underground railway. The Fund intends to consolidate the three plots into one mixed-use complex and promote a plan for residential, commercial, and offices that significantly increases the existing building rights.
The property is located in the west of Herzliya’s business district on Abba Eban Blvd, a main transportation artery. Some of Israel’s top high-tech companies are located in the vicinity of the property, along with recreational and hospitality complexes.
The Fund intends to advance a master plan for the construction of a mixed-use high-rise to house residences, office, commercial and public spaces.
The Electra Compound is within walking distance of the Rishonim train station and the future light rail station. It is also close to the Assuta Hospital and lies south of the HaElef Compound, which is currently under construction.
REALITY and Electra aim to develop a value-add plan for the property in collaboration with the Rishon LeZion Municipality. This plan involves maximizing the building rights to create a mixed-use complex encompassing residential areas, hotels, offices, and commercial spaces.
The 'Lev Mevaseret' neighborhood is a project built on the foundations of the Jewish Agency's immigration absorption center in the heart of the town of Mevaseret Zion.
As a result of the Fund's efforts, the area has grown in value and has become a residential neighborhood that is organically linked to the town. As part of the plan that was promoted, a community center will be built to house a number of social projects, such as the Taglit project and the Lavi Association, in addition to a community garden for the benefit of the residents of the complex.
The complex is situated within the area of the Herzliya Marina next to the beach, hotels, and the pier and covers a built-up area of approximately 116,000 sqm.
The property, which in the past was used primarily for commerce, is presently undergoing a value-add process and full utilization of rights, including the allocation of spaces for entertainment areas, a cultural and recreational complex, and a prestigious conference center, in addition to a selection of dining complexes at the site.
The property is conveniently accessible by several main transportation routes, including a metro station, the light rail line, and bike paths, which will significantly improve the accessibility of West Herzliya to the surrounding nearby cities.
The compound spans an area of about 36,000 sqm, located on HaMerkava Street in the industrial area of Holon, strategically located in terms of transportation next to the Holon Interchange and the green line of the light rail system. The Fund has advanced a master plan to double the building rights in the compound to about 70,000 sqm of office and commercial spaces.
Located in Tel Aviv's heart, near the School of Arts and Rothschild Boulevard, the property sits at the intersection of Lincoln, Saadia Gaon, and Lloyd George Streets. This unique complex harmonizes with the existing urban character of the neighborhood and serves as a home for NPOs and cultural organizations, as well as a venue for community events and social initiatives. As part of the value-add process, the Fund promoted a project for residential units, commercial spaces, and a kindergarten under Tel Aviv Master Plan TA/5000.
The property consists of two buildings spanning about 2,600 sqm located on the corner of Shalma Road and Poriya Street in Tel Aviv, near the red line of the light rail system and the M2 Metro Line.
The property was previously used as a historic flour mill, and now serves for industry and workshops. It is the intention of the Fund and the Itzhaki Group, which jointly acquired the compound, to advance a mixed-use plan in collaboration with adjacent plots. The compound will be zoned for residences next to commercial and office spaces, in significantly increasing the building rights.
The project is presently utilized as a building for offices and commerce, strategically situated in the heart of Haifa's Hadar neighborhood, near the lower city and the Carmel area. The value-add plan being promoted by the Fund includes mixed-use development incorporating commercial, office spaces, and interim uses.
The compound is located in the industrial area of Azor, which is currently undergoing a surge of development. The compound is located near Highway 1, a main traffic artery, and Ariel Sharon Park, which is considered the "green lung" of the Tel Aviv metropolitan area.
The Fund is advancing the planning of a residential neighborhood and an office and commercial complex while moving polluting industry from the residential area and creating transportation solutions to improve the city-wide traffic system.
The TA/3700 outline plan for Tel Aviv is a detailed plan being advanced by the Tel Aviv Municipality. The purpose of the plan is to create a new urban district and an expansive beach park in the northwest of the city along the coast. The unique district is characterized by a combination of diverse land uses that meet the needs of the entire population for residences, hotels, office spaces, commerce, public buildings, and open spaces while integrating principles of sustainability to create a high-quality environment.
The property is located in an attractive development center in the north of Tel Aviv, within a radius of just 400 meters from the future metro station on Pinchas Rosen Street. Today, the building serves as an office building that is fully rented to a number of long-term tenants, including companies in the high-tech, services, and retail sectors. In collaboration with the rest of the interest holders in the adjacent parcels, the Fund intends to advance a plan covering an area of about 15,000 sqm for maximizing the building rights and zoning the site for mixed uses - residential, commercial, and office spaces according to the future planning trends in the area.
The plot is located at the intersection of Ramatayim and Magdiel roads in the heart of the business district of Hod Hasharon and near the planned metro line. The environs is characterized by new and old buildings.
Together with the owners of adjacent parcels, the Fund intends to advance a new plan for the construction of a mixed-use residential, office, and commercial project, significantly increasing the building rights.
The compound consists of two adjacent properties - a 30,000 sqm parcel of offices and television studies, a 20,000 sqm empty lot zoned for hotels and hospitality, and a parcel south of the studio complex and north of Highway 1.
The compound is located at the center of Herzl Street in Tel Aviv, south of Kibbutz Galuyot, and close to the urban centers of Park HaHorshot, the Florentine neighborhood, and the fish market. The Fund has spearheaded a new plan to rezone the land for residential, commercial, and office spaces and significantly increase building rights. Today, the property is rented to a large number of private tenants, theaters, the Tel Aviv Municipality, and others.
The property is located in the center of Holon, near City Hall and Yad LeBanim Square, at the intersection of Arlozorov and HaHistadrut Streets.
The Fund is advancing a master plan for a unique project that will combine residences, commerce, offices, and public spaces, in increasing building rights and renovating the public space. The project is planned to be a design icon in the bustling center of Holon.
The property is located in the heart of Petah Tikva and strategically situated opposite the new central station and the planned light rail line.
The Fund promoted a 20,000 sqm mixed-use plan for residences, commercial, and offices. Pinui-Binui (evacuation and construction) was also advanced by the Fund, along with two adjacent parcels.
The compound is strategically located at the junction of Shalma and Elifelt Streets, where a future M2 metro station is planned and in close proximity to the Florentine Quarter project. The Fund intends to advance a plan for a mixed-use project that will include commerce, residences, offices, and public buildings.
The property is situated on two plots spanning about 1,500 sqm in the south of the Montefiore neighborhood, near the La Guardia interchange leading to the Ayalon Highway and adjacent to the green and red lines of the light rail. The property is currently used for commercial, office, and residential purposes. The Fund has spearheaded a plan to acquire additional parcels in order to enlarge the planning area as well as significantly increase the building rights together with interim uses in order to create a community space for promoting learning and productivity called Beit HaKehilot.
Circa 94,000 sqm in the Jordan Park is located North-East of the Sea of Galilee, Ancient Katzrin Park and many historic and tourism sites.