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Isrotel CEO Lior Raviv Photo: Arik Sultan Isrotel buys Sea of Galilee Hotel for NIS 225m

This will be the Isrotel chain's 21st hotel in Israel.

Impression of new business zone in Wadi al-Joz  credit: Ari Cohen Architecture and Urban Planning East Jerusalem to have three new business zones

Hundreds of thousands of square meters of office and commercial space are planned. Bimkom deputy director Efrat Cohen-Bar: The next step is to deal with the housing shortage.

Tel Aviv Central Bus Station Photo: Shutterstock What next for Tel Aviv's Central Bus Station?

A white elephant and economic disaster from 1976 to 1993 and environmental hazard and urban blight ever since, the sorry saga is entering a new phase.

Eldad Peri  credit: Eyal Izhar Murdered real estate developer leaves huge debt tangle

Trustees for Eldad Peri's companies and assets say their work will not be affected by his death.

Israeli apartments Photo: Shutterstock Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Hod Hasharon, Rosh Ha'ayin, Beer Ya'akov and Ramla.

inflation CPI up 0.2% in September, housing prices up 1.2%

Over the past 12 months, the Consumer Price Index has risen 2.5%, while housing prices have risen 9.2%, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports.

Construction in Ashkelon Photo: Tamar Matsafi New homes sales in Israel continue to soar

Ashkelon leads in terms of the city with most new homes sold with 1,028 homes sold between June and August.

Eilat Photo: Hanoch Granitzky 400 homes, 600 hotel rooms to replace Eilat naval base

The naval base to the south of the Red Sea resort will be reduced from 51.75 acres to 13 acres.

Tel Aviv  / Photo: Shutterstock UBS: Tel Aviv housing highly overvalued

The Swiss investment bank says that falling mortgage rates, rapid population growth and lack of supply are pushing up prices.

Tel Aviv apartments Photo: Eyal Izhar Investors prefer buying apartments in Israel's biggest cities

Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem, Bat Yam and Netanya are Israel's leading cities in terms of attracting investments in apartments, the Ministry of Finance's Chief Economist reports.

Mortgages Photo: Shutterstock Mortgage taking high in September despite holidays

Israelis took NIS 7.1 billion worth of mortgages in September, the Bank of Israel reports.

ToHa1 Photo: Amir Meiri Work to begin on Tel Aviv's 63-floor ToHa2 tower

Income producing companies Amot and Bayside will invest NIS 3 billion in building and marketing the office high-rise.

Ritz Carlton Herzliya Photo: PR Kaelen Sherman buys 50% Herzliya Ritz Carlton stake

The Canadian businesswoman is paying NIS 150 million for half of the hotel.

Israeli apartments Photo: Shutterstock Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Tel Aviv, Givatayim, Holon, Rehovot, Modi'in, and Harish.

St. John Harvey Franchise Director easyHotel Photo: PR easyHotel bringing low-cost accommodation to Israel

Franchise director St. John Harvey says easyHotel, like sister company easyJet, will offer a basic product, with services, which guests often don't need, costing extra.

The seafront at Rishon LeZion  - parking lots all the way  credit: Shutterstock The deadly sins of Israeli urban planning

Replication, contempt, neglect: Israel’s leading urban planners cite failures and offer solutions.

Tel Aviv office towers Photo: Eyal Izhar Tech companies taking over Tel Aviv office market

Central Tel Aviv's office market is booming as banks, insurance companies and law firms move out, and tech companies move in, Cushman & Wakefield Israel reports.

Israel Navy Base in Haifa Photo: Bar-El Israeli army joins battle to bring down housing prices

The IDF is speeding up its departure from bases in high-demand areas. But will this provide enough land to satisfy demand?

Parking in Tel Aviv Photo: Meirav Moran Tel Aviv homes with parking fetching premium prices

Developers are reluctant to build housing in Tel Aviv under the new regulations, which limit parking spaces.

Aura residential construction project / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Treat the disease, not the symptom, in Israels housing crisis

Investment home buyers are the solution, not the problem, and the government should stop punishing them.

Israel Canada sets up country's newest hotel chain

Undeterred by the Covid crisis, which provided opportunities, Israel Canada hotels head Reuven Elkes tells "Globes" about the hotels already open and those being built or renovated.

Vitania Tower Photo: Eyal Izhar Tel Aviv glass towers spread south

Having completed a first 40-floor tower near the La Guardia Interchange, Vitania is building two more, as high-rise office, hotel and residential developments spread south.

Tel Aviv's Ludvipol neighborhood Photo: Eyal Izhar Tel Aviv's forgotten neighborhood

In the shadow of the Kibbutz Galuyot Interchange, Ludwipol is a battleground between residents and real estate developers.

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