High-rises by the highway

Urban planners have decided that Tel Aviv’s commercial and corporate hub would be best served if it were relocated to the Hamasger area.

Beit Ma’ariv junction
Photo by: Ariel Zilber
Tel Aviv is contemplating one of the most ambitious, grandiose urban renewal projects in the country’s history.

Hamasger Street, the hardscrabble industrial zone known for its myriad oily garages, car repair shops and hardware stores, is going to get a wholesale face-lift – that is, if the municipality has its way.

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