Tel Aviv Towers

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Tel Aviv Towers
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General information
Status 1-2: Completed
3-4: Approved
Type Residential
Location Tel Aviv, Israel
Coordinates 32°5′26.38″N 34°47′36.04″E / 32.0906611°N 34.7933444°E / 32.0906611; 34.7933444Coordinates: 32°5′26.38″N 34°47′36.04″E / 32.0906611°N 34.7933444°E / 32.0906611; 34.7933444
Construction started 1&2: 1998
Opening 1&2: 2000
Cost $100 million
Height
Roof 140 m (460 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 42
Lifts/elevators 4 per tower
Design and construction
Architect Riskin Architects

The Tel Aviv Towers are a complex of four skyscrapers in the city of Tel Aviv, Israel. Three buildings in the complex are complete. Towers 1 and 2 are each 107.75 meters in height, have 34 floors, and were built between 1998 and 2000. Each has 23,000 square metres of residential space and 225 apartments. The towers were designed by Riskin Architects. The original plan was to construct the four towers together.[1]

The towers were shortly Israel's tallest residential buildings and tallest buildings with balconies.

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