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|Yigal Alon Street|
Tel Aviv Israel
|Floor Area||75,001 m²|
| - office|
| - parking garage|
| - retail|
| - highrise|
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- Architect: Moore Yaski Sivan Architects
- Proposed as the Amkor Tower in 2002 to be built as the tallest tower of Israel (236 meters & 65 floors), planning for the project was put on hold in 2004 with the developer citing an oversupply in office space in Tel Aviv.
- After restarting the planning for the project in 2007, the tower was lowered to just 45 floors.
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