5Room Duplex-Penthouse In a New Building For Sale
Hayarkon Street 38, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel
Duplex | Penthouse | 5th Floor | 4 Bedrooms | 6th Floor | Living Room | Sea View

Price: 15,000,000 NIS· Penthouse / Duplex (For Sale)

Property Description

5 Room Duplex-Penthouse In a New Building For Sale, “Project 6” is a unique project on Hayarkon 38 street in Tel Aviv (between Geula and Harav Kook streets, directly across from Jerusalem beach). The building is brand new and consists of 5 apartment units. The building consists of 4 single units of 3-4 rooms on 4 floors and a duplex/penthouse apartment on the entire fifth and sixth floor with a sea-view.

  • 6-storey building
  • Grand lobby
  • 6-person elevator
  • Landscape development surrounding the property
  • Architect “Gidi Bar Orian”
  • 5 rooms+ family room
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 showers
  • Floor 5+6
  • Fifth floor-4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms and family room with an exit to the balcony totaling 10 meters. The grounds are 122 Sqm Net.
  • Sixth floor- living room, dining room, kitchen+ 55 Sqm balcony with a sea-view.
  • Elevator enters the apartment and stops on both floors
  • 2 private parking spots
  • 2 full floors of 194 Sqm
  • 65 Sqm balcony
  • “Bulthaup” kitchen
  • The apartment is built from the best material, designed at the highest level.
  • Entry 1/3/2018
  • New building
  • Roof deck
  • Smart house
  • Air conditioning

Asking price:

15,000,000 nis

Neighborhood information:

Tel Aviv Promenade – commonly referred to in Hebrew simply as the Tayelet,  runs along the Mediterranean seashore in Tel AvivIsrael.

History:

In the late 1930s, the city council decided to build a promenade for separation between bathing areas and hiking or promenading paths. It extended from Bugrashov beach to where Geula beach is located now. The introduction of the promenade was a turning point in common perception of the city’s coastline.

At the same time, World War II started in September 1939, and the British Mandate Regime prohibited bathing in the beach. As a result of that, the city’s beaches were abandoned and neglected. In addition, the developing new city was pouring its sewage to the sea and the beaches were banned for bathing for sanitary reasons. Seaside hotels and cafés were turning into questionable bars, gambling joints and brothels. The public abstained from the area, and the city’s recreational centers were transferred to the city center, to areas such as Dizengoff Street. In 1942, London Square was founded in the northern part of the promenade. In 1953, Gan-haAtsmaut (Independence Garden) was founded on the gravel hill above Hilton beach

5Room Duplex-Penthouse In a New Building For Sale

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