Matcal Tower

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Matcal Tower
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General information
Status Complete
Type Government Offices
Location Tel Aviv, Israel
Coordinates 32°4′30.97″N 34°47′24.55″E / 32.0752694°N 34.7901528°E / 32.0752694; 34.7901528Coordinates: 32°4′30.97″N 34°47′24.55″E / 32.0752694°N 34.7901528°E / 32.0752694; 34.7901528
Completed 2005
Cost $400,000,000
Height
Antenna spire 107 m (351 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 17
Design and construction
Architect Moore Yaski Sivan Architects

The Matcal Tower is a 17-floor high-rise building in HaKirya, Tel Aviv, Israel. It houses government and military offices. It was built in 2003, and is located close to the Azrieli Center and Marganit Tower.

The tower and the bridge connecting the base is located in (Camp Rabin) with the Azrieli Center, and were designed by the Moore Yaski Sivan Architects.

It was originally planned to include 14 floors and no helipad.[1]

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  1. ^ Bamahane. No. 3012th Edition. November 20, 2009. p. 7.  Missing or empty |title= (help)

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