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Isrotel Tower

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Identification

Isrotel Tower
ישרוטל מגדלות
Migdalot
104852

Plan

Structure générale

gratte-ciel
construit [achevé]
béton
maçonnerie
postmodernisme

Usages

logements hôtel
stationnement

Faits

  • The main diameter of the building is 29 meters.
  • Surrounded by its overground car-park, the building's narrow pedestal supports the spiral ramp which connects the parking levels.
  • Israel's tallest building with balconies when completed, took the title from Dizenghoff Tower. Today the title belongs to Tel Aviv Towers.
  • The plot originally housed the famous open-roof Gan Rina Theatre.
  • Tallest of all three high-rise hotels in the city with an open-air, rooftop swimming pool. The other two are Carlton Tel Aviv and Grand Beach Hotel.
  • The tower stands on top of a narrow pedestal, which is usually hidden from view by surrounding buildings.
  • There is an open-air swimming pool on the roof, which is the tallest in Israel. The pool is not open to the public and is used only by hotel visitors and tenants of the apartments.
  • The foundations for the tower were completed in 1966, while the tower's core was completed in the 1980s.
  • Tallest tower on the Promenade of Tel Aviv.
  • Consists of 90 hotel suites on floors 7-15, and another 62 prestige apartments on the top floors.
  • Built across HaYarkon Street from Astor Hotel.

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Lieu

78 HaYarkon Street
78 HaYarkon Street With 5 Shalom Alechem Street
63432
City Centrum
City Center
The Promenade
Tel Aviv
Mehoz Tel-Aviv
Israël

Données techniques

354,33 ft
354,33 ft
354,33 ft
29
2
1993
1997
8
$30 000 000

Entreprises participantes



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