- Location: Tel Aviv
- Size: 2,200 apartments, 450,000sq.m.
- Client: Tel Aviv Municipality
- Year: 1990-2006
Detailed planning and architectural design of this neighborhood were essential factors in its advancement and construction.
The planning of this neighborhood required a precise combination of constructed areas separated by open public spaces.
The site runs along Haifa and Eshkol roads from south to north.
The design shapes and emphasizes elements of the boulevard and public plazas in the center of the neighborhood. The boulevard and inner plazas create an additional urban feature providing special character and improving immensely the ambience and quality of life within the neighborhood.
Sites for a school, park and community center, which serve the residents throughout the day, were located at the hub of neighborhood.
Considerable attention was invested in planning the landscaping of the public areas and of the parks which separate the neighborhood both acoustically and visually from Haifa Rd.
The architectural design program and collaboration between municipal functionaries and the designers of the buildings and of the site all contributed to the construction of a neighborhood of a universal and positive urban character.