Levinstein Tower

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Levinstein Tower
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General information
Status Complete
Location Tel Aviv, Israel
Coordinates 32°3′50″N 34°46′47″E / 32.06389°N 34.77972°E / 32.06389; 34.77972Coordinates: 32°3′50″N 34°46′47″E / 32.06389°N 34.77972°E / 32.06389; 34.77972
Construction started 1997
Opening 2000
Height
Roof 125 m (410 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 35[1]
Lifts/elevators 11
Design and construction
Architect Rapoport Architects
Developer Meshulam Levinstein Group

The Levinstein Tower is a skyscraper in Tel Aviv, Israel. At 125 metres in height, the tower has 35 floors. The tower was designed by Rapoport Architects, and was completed in 2000 drawing inspiration in its design from the Century Tower in the city.

Originally, the tower was set to be a 74 metre tall, 17-storey tower, although this changed to a 35 floor tower, with 5 residential storeys at the top, with a total height of 145 metres. These were dropped, however, due to a lack of demand for luxury apartments at the time. Each floor in the tower is 1000 square metres in size, with the ground floor having a double-height 1,500 square metre lobby.

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  1. ^ "Levinstein Tower". SkyscraperPage.com. Retrieved 2016-10-05. 

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