Diamond Tower

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Diamond Tower
DiamondTower01.jpg
General information
StatusComplete
TypeOffices
LocationRamat Gan, Israel
Coordinates32°5′0.30″N 34°48′5.34″E / 32.0834167°N 34.8014833°E / 32.0834167; 34.8014833Coordinates: 32°5′0.30″N 34°48′5.34″E / 32.0834167°N 34.8014833°E / 32.0834167; 34.8014833
Construction started1989
Completed1992
OpeningSep. 1993
Height
Antenna spire147 m (482 ft)
Roof115 m (377 ft)
Technical details
Floor count32
Design and construction
ArchitectEli Gvirtzman

The Diamond Tower is a skyscraper located in the city of Ramat Gan near Tel Aviv in Israel containing the world's largest diamond trading hall, accommodating up to 1,000 people. At 115 meters and 32 floors, the tower was the tallest building in Ramat Gan from its completion until 2000, when it was surpassed by the Sheraton City Tower. It was also the tallest building in Israel outside of Tel Aviv upon its completion in 1992. Designed by Eli Gvirtzman, the tower serves as the 'head-tower' of the Israel Diamond Exchange with the first twenty floors serving only diamantaires.

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