A neighborhood’s resurgence

A cluster of modern high-rise residential towers are being built at the southern edge of the Bavli area of Tel Aviv.

By JOHN BENZAQUEN
September 26, 2013 15:39
4 minute read.
Bavli area of Tel Aviv

Bavli area of Tel Aviv. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Forty years ago, the Tel Aviv neighborhood of Bavli was considered one of the city’s most high-end neighborhoods. With time, it was outclassed by newer sections of Tel Aviv and the surrounding area, but today it is coming back into its own.

Bavli has always been a high-end area with relatively hefty real-estate prices. It is one of the most iconic quarters of Tel Aviv, because more than almost any other area of the city, it has characteristics of an enclosed neighborhood.

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