Tel Aviv green-lights plans for tallest skyscraper in country
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Tel Aviv green-lights plans for tallest skyscraper in country

Bein Arim Tower, to be built near Savidor train station, slated to be 100 stories high

Artist's rendering of 'Between the cities,' a planned Tel Aviv 100-story skyscraper (courtesy Miloslavsky Architects)
Artist's rendering of 'Between the cities,' a planned Tel Aviv 100-story skyscraper (courtesy Miloslavsky Architects)

A Tel Aviv municipal committee has given the green light to the construction of  a 100-story tower in the city.

The Bein Arim Tower will be the tallest skyscraper in the country when it is completed, the business daily Globes reported.

The Tel Aviv District Planning and Building Commission voted on Monday to approve the building, which will be located close to the city’s Savidor train station next to the Ayalon freeway.

Bein Arim translates to “Between the cities.”

Artist’s rendering of close up of proposed ‘Between the cities,’ 100 story skyscraper in Tel Aviv (courtesy Miloslavsky Architects)

Plans for the site, which is owned by the municipality and currently used as a parking lot, include 120,000 square meters (1.6 million square feet) of space for offices, stores and public areas, according to Globes. The top 15 stories will be a hotel.

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