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Kokhav Hatzafon shopping center Photo: PR Gazit-Globe buys lot for Tel Aviv shopping center

The Israeli company has paid NIS 105 million for the lot in the Kochav Hatzafon neighborhood in north Tel Aviv.

Kfar Shalem Tel Aviv Photo: Eyal Yitzhar Azorim to build 1,500 Tel Aviv homes

The owners of the land in Kfar Shalem, currently occupied by squatters, will be partners in the combination deal.

Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Herzliya, Ramat Gan, Givatayim, Kfar Saba, Ness Ziona and Netanya.

Poli House Tel Aviv Photo: Brown Group Developers switch from housing to hotels

The boom in tourism and the uncertainty in the housing market have changed the priorities of many real estate developers as new hotels flourish.

Teddy Sagi  photo: Yossi Cohen Sagi selling Brack stake for NIS 1.4b


Adler Real State is aiming at a 70% controlling interest in Brack Capital Properties, while Teddy Sagi will make NIS 300 million in his investment from last May.

Jerusalem InterContinental Photo: PR InterContinental to open Downtown Jerusalem hotel

The new hotel on King George Street will compete with the King David Hotel for high-end customers.

Planned hotel Photo: Nitsba Nitsba to build hotel at Airport City

The company has requested a permit to build a 250-room hotel at the entrance to the Airport City business park near Ben Gurion Airport.

Ron Huldai Photo: Tamar Matsafi New central bus station bothers Tel Aviv mayor

The Tel Aviv municipality wants the bus station moved elsewhere within a decade.

Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Herzliya, Holon, Ness Ziona, Netanya and Beersheva.

housing  Home sales slow in 2017

99,171 homes were sold in 2017, down 10.5% from 110,806 in 2016, the Chief Economist of the Ministry of Finance reports.

Tel Aviv seafront Photo: Shutterstock Isrotel leases new Tel Aviv hotel

The new 234 room hotel on Tel Aviv seafront, adjacent to the Isrotel Royal Beach, will be built by 2021.

New Downtown Jerusalem plan Photo: Cobb Freed & Partners Breathing new life into Downtown Jerusalem

A major 14,000 square meter plan to transform the area near Davidka Square faces objections from local residents.

Sde Dov airport Photo: Shutterstock Ron Huldai: Don't close Sde Dov airport

In an article written for "Globes," Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai insists that an airport in the heart of the city is essential infrastructure.

Michel Ohayon  illustrator: Gil Gibli From Versailles to Jerusalem

French developer Michel Ohayon's vision for the Jerusalem Waldorf Astoria combines luxury with the spiritual.

Setai Hotel Photo: Website New boutique hotels bring renewal to Jaffa

The hotels, set to open in the next few months, are located in 19th century buildings marked for preservation.

New Bnei Brak housing project Photo: PR S&P Maalot: Housing market stagnation could depress prices

S&P Maalot nevertheless sees the medium-term trend as likely to be upwards.

real estate  photo: Eyal Izhar Israeli homes taking much longer to sell

Figures compiled by the Yad2 website for "Globes" show that Israeli homeowners are taking longer to sell their homes but prices are not falling.

Jerusalem underground cemetery Photo: Guy Nadri Jerusalem's tunnels cemetery nominated for int'l award

With a capacity of 23,025 graves, the tunnels on Har Hamenuhot will help supply Jerusalem's burial needs for 12 years.

Begin Highway Jerusalem Jerusalem plans to cover Begin Highway

A high-tech park, thousands of homes and green areas will be developed adjacent to the Hebrew University, "Yediot Ahronot" reports.

Wind farm photo: Orly Ginnosar Galilee residents fear wind farms will dwarf landscape

Power plants and renewable energy farms are replacing agriculture throughout Israel.

Hanan Mor project  photo: Eyal Izhar Rosario sees Israeli real estate market halt as temporary

Rosario Research & Consulting senior analyst Avital Igner: Kahlon's focus on investors is misguided.

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