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Old Posted Apr 21, 2021, 5:50 PM
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GIVATAYIM | Beyond Tower 1| 308 M / 1010 FT | 78 FLOORS

The tower is located just inside the Givatayim municipal boundaries, across the street from Tel Aviv, and part of the main Tel Aviv skyline.

the construction includes a second smaller tower (Beyond Tower 2) of 228M and 56 floors.

Render of the tower (possible not final):



current construction:



Data from official government website:
https://archive.gis-net.co.il/Givata...be10e83ea8.pdf

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Never mind. Somebody deleted the image I posted this comment about.

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Exciting to see this going up and then two other supertalls on the other side of the highway!
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16 December 2021, Beyond is in the hole in the centre:
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Updated render which also includes the surroundings (although it will look quite different once these towers are completed):

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Tel Aviv (and surrounds) doesn't get nearly the love it should on these forums. It's skyline is similar to that of Miami and surrounding cities as it's pretty spread out in a linear fashion, though the taller buildings are pushed back further from the water. It's really quite impressive, but tough to photograph.
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Tel Aviv (and surrounds) doesn't get nearly the love it should on these forums. It's skyline is similar to that of Miami and surrounding cities as it's pretty spread out in a linear fashion, though the taller buildings are pushed back further from the water. It's really quite impressive, but tough to photograph.
Tel Aviv isn't being singled out, it's just that this forum is very north American focused so everywhere in the rest of the world is relatively left out.

And you are right about being tough to photograph. To show the true scale of the skyline you have to really pan out or have a scrolling video like this:
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Tel Aviv (and surrounds) doesn't get nearly the love it should on these forums.
So start some threads on towers going up in Tel Aviv. or anywhere else you want.
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I believe Tel Aviv (and its environs) receives far too little attention on these sites. Its skyline is similar to that of Miami and adjacent cities in that it is linearly spaced out, however the taller buildings are pushed back further from the water. It's pretty amazing, but difficult to photograph. By the way, keep up the good work; regards, Waco.
why are you regurgitating the exact words of another forumer?
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so many internet forum remarks — and so many trollbots

i read somewhere more than half the commentary you read online are by troll brigades

probably not so much on ssp thankfully

anyway, its interesting to see tel aviv doings here
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