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Jerusalem Plan Would Quadruple Site’s Residences

By Elevator World | May 1, 2020

A developer pursuing a residential urban renewal project in Jerusalem’s Kiryat Menachem neighborhood cleared a hurdle when the Jerusalem Local Planning and Building Committee approved the plan, which would more than quadruple the number of residences in the area, Globes reported in March. The project, set for a 3.5-acre site on Costa Rica Street, would…

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Light rail gets a boost; work wraps up on unique tower.

By Elevator World | August 1, 2019

KONE Delivering 169 Units for Transit Line KONE has won an order to deliver 169 escalators and elevators to the Red Line of Tel Aviv, Israel’s Light Rail Network. The line will operate along a 24-km route, 12 km of which will be underground. The order includes 106 TransitMaster™ escalators and 63 MonoSpace® elevators for…

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Plans for big work in the Israeli metropolis

By Elevator World | November 1, 2018

Schindler Israel Awarded Mass-Transit Contract Schindler Israel has been awarded a contract to provide 106 escalators, 61 elevators and 24/7 maintenance to the Red Line, the first main line of the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area Mass-Transit system under construction in Tel Aviv, Israel. Eng. S. Lustig Consulting Engineers, Ltd. (ESL), of Tel Aviv designed the…

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Israel Reaches for the Sky with Record-Breaking Towers

By Elevator World | October 1, 2017

Ramat Gan and Tel Aviv, Israel, have record-breaking towers in the works, including a 111-floor, 444-m-tall office building in Ramat Gan near the Diamond Exchange that will be the tallest in Israel, Globes reported, crediting Yediot Ahronot. Designed by Israeli architect Avner Yashar, the Ramat Gan plan includes a 77-floor high rise, with the buildings…

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Israel’s Tallest Building Wins Approval

By Elevator World | June 1, 2017

The Israeli Finance Ministry’s district committee has approved plans for the 400-m-tall, 100-story “Tower Between Cities,” which, when completed, will surpass Moshe Aviv Tower as Israel’s tallest skyscraper, jns.org reports. Miloslavsky architects began planning the supertall building in 2014. In approving the plan, the committee also accepted a recommendation from Tel Aviv’s city engineer, Oded…

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