Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Jerusalem, Netanya, Hod Hasharon, Or Yehuda, Yavne, Harish, Nahariya and Dimona.

Airpark  / Imagin: Airpark IAI, IES fast track Negev grounded aircraft park

Airpark near Ovda will cover 650 acres and provide parking space for 500 commercial aircraft and could be ready within a few months.

Yithak Tshuva / Photo: Yossi Cohen Tshuva to sell Tel Aviv Park Bavli land for NIS 400m

Plaza International is selling lots three and four to Hagag on which there is approval to build two 44-floor residential towers.

construction photo: Tamar Matzafi Real estate stock plunge presents opportunities

Value Base analyst Shay Lipman surveys the effects of the coronavirus crisis on the different sub-sectors of the real estate industry.

New housing construction  photo: Shutterstock/ASAP Creative What will coronavirus do to home prices?

"Globes" investigates the cost of a closure on Judea and Samaria, why construction projects in advanced stages are more vulnerable, and whether buyers hold a stronger bargaining position.

Azorims Beersheva project  / Imagin: PR Living above the store

Having stores downstairs cuts the price of a home but the latest city center projects, especially in Tel Aviv, are creating a new trend.

Airbnb Photo: Shutterstock Tel Aviv short-term tourist rentals proliferate

The Israel Hotel Association wants the government to regulate the sector and will ask the court to force the Tax Authority to crack down on landlords.

Kaplan Street, Tel Aviv  / Photo: Barak Brinker, ira prohorov Tel Aviv home price surge resumes

After a year in which prices fell in the city, last year Tel Aviv again opened up a gap with the rest of Israel.

Azrieli Center Holon  / Photo: Guy Lieberman , Globes Holon challenging Herzliya as tech office center

Following in the footsteps of Azrieli, real estate developers are rushing to start projects in Holon.

High-rises in Tel Aviv Towers are inevitably dominating Israel's skyline

While high-rise construction is inevitable in overcrowded Israel, Guy Miloslavsky argues that architects must plan well for tenants rather than their own egos.

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