Azrieli reveals plans for Israel’s tallest office tower

By NADAV SHEMER
March 25, 2012 17:41

 
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Azrieli Group controlling shareholder David Azrieli laid the foundation stone Sunday for the Sarona Center - a single, 200-meter, 50-stories tall building in Tel Aviv’s nascent southern Kirya business district.

Azrieli Sarona will become Israel’s largest office tower upon its scheduled completion in 2016, offering 125,000 sqm of working space, a three-story, 11,000 sqm mall, and a seven-story underground parking lot for 1,600 vehicles. It will be the country’s second-tallest building overall, behind Ramat Gan’s 244-meter, 68-story, multi-purpose Moshe Aviv Tower.

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