Port-TLV Project launched in LA

The project is represented in the U.S. by Hollywood realtor Mauricio Umansky and is the first Israeli project that the prominent real estate agent has handled.

February 7, 2019 18:51
Mauricio Umansky and David Parnes

Mauricio Umansky and David Parnes. (photo credit: THE AGENCY)


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A group of leading Los Angeles Jewish business figures recently gathered in Beverly Hills to launch the Port-TLV Project, a luxury residence and hotel project at the Tel Aviv Port. Marketing Vice-President of the project Lee Ziv, came especially from Israel for the launch. The project, part of the Hagag group, is represented in the US by Hollywood realtor Mauricio Umansky and is the first Israeli project that the prominent real estate agent has handled.

Lee ZIV and  Nahum  Precel General Manager-UMT MIZRAHI TEFAHOT BANK  LA (Credit: The Agency)

The businessmen  Shabi Cohen, Eli Tene, Lee Ziv and Tene jr (Credit: The Agency)

The Port-TLV project, designed by architect Ilan Pivko, is being built at the main entrance to the port, and consists of a 10-story luxury tower with 39 apartments, a boutique hotel and extensive commercial space, as well as a spa and wellness center.

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