Tel Aviv’s mall marvel

Visitors will be pleased to find that the usual crowds and unbearable lines found at Tel Aviv’s other shopping centers rarely occur at the fashion mall.

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June 15, 2017 17:54
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TLV Fashion Mall

TLV Fashion Mall. (photo credit: JULIE STEIGERWALD)

 
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The grandeur of world-class luxury shopping malls is finally in fashion in Tel Aviv. The sprawling, 33,000 square meter TLV Fashion Mall in the White City’s flourishing eastern-central region is now entering its third month of operations, with visitor numbers apparently on the rise.

The commercial center situated in the triangle between Hahashmonaim, Carlebach and Menachem Begin streets is the latest trendy fixture in the area by the Gindi Group. The family-led real estate giant is also behind the construction of the nearby Sarona Towers, which overlooks the Sarona compound, a former German Templer colony turned upscale commercial and residential complex.

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