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Old Posted Jun 5, 2021, 2:35 AM
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TEL AVIV | ToHa Tower 2 | 337 M / 1,105 FT | 80 FLOORS

The first ToHa tower is 110M and was finished in 2019.

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Is that a literal hat on the shorter building? That's amazing. Also, bummed that the base was not clad in copper or gold or bronze as shown in the rendering.
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Is that a literal hat on the shorter building? That's amazing. Also, bummed that the base was not clad in copper or gold or bronze as shown in the rendering.
You are right that I posted an old render, I think this is the newest one:




As for the hat, I don't know if that is what they were going for, but it is in the actual tower:
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That is one huge waffle maker on the left!
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These look nice.
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A view from the other side. You you can see the Spiral tower pit in the background (where you see a crane in the gap between the skyscrapers):

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The main thing I notice in that picture is how horrendous the pedestrian-scale environment is. How is anyone supposed to get across that mess of an intersection at the bottom of the picture?
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The main thing I notice in that picture is how horrendous the pedestrian-scale environment is. How is anyone supposed to get across that mess of an intersection at the bottom of the picture?
Yeah it's not good, but also not unusual for Israel which quite a few places like this. The main skyscraper area of Tel Aviv is not a pedestrian friendly area.
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Is it just me, or is the foundation for this building taking a long ass time to get out of the ground? Or is this more of a Tel Aviv local geology thing with tall building foundations?
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The soil in Tel Aviv is soft so it is normal for skyscrapers to spend a relatively long time in the foundations stage.
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The main thing I notice in that picture is how horrendous the pedestrian-scale environment is. How is anyone supposed to get across that mess of an intersection at the bottom of the picture?
I would say Tel Aviv in general though is probably the most pedestrian friendly city in the Middle East.
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I would say Tel Aviv in general though is probably the most pedestrian friendly city in the Middle East.
Of cities that size or larger, yes I agree. Haifa (notably smaller) is also very pedestrian friendly, and much of Jerusalem (but not all... the terrain makes that very difficult).
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I would say Tel Aviv in general though is probably the most pedestrian friendly city in the Middle East.
Interesting, not any cities in Turkey that come to mind? Because that's who I would imagine.
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Interesting, not any cities in Turkey that come to mind? Because that's who I would imagine.
Old Istanbul for sure.
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