ok We use cookies on our website to allow you the best possible service. More information can be found here.
Your location:

Alrov Tower

View all 40 images Download as PDF Purchase Images

Identification

Alrov Tower
Elrov Tower
מגדל אלרוב
104851

Map

Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
composite structure
glass
granite
curtain wall
applied masonry
light gray dark blue
postmodernism
yes, centrally controlled

Usages

commercial office
parking

Facts

  • The architects' description of the building says it makes use of 3 modern concepts of Tel Aviv's architecture: The Box, the tower's general shape; The Triangular Sawmill, the vertical element of the northern facade; The Cylinder, the vertical element of the southern facade.
  • Located between two other buildings by the same Architects firm: Zion House, across Rothschild Boulevard and Bank HaPoalim Headquarters across Ramchal street.
  • First International Bank Tower is located directly across Shadal Street.
  • The tower is often reflected clearly on the facade of Zion House.
  • It was conditional that in order to build the tower, the developer had to rebuild and restore the adjacent historical low-rise, Levin House (also known as the Old Russian Embassy), one of the most significant buildings along Rothschild Boulevard.
  • Built in 1924, the historic Yehuda Megidovic-penned low-rise Levin House is incorporated into the project.

Do you need more information about this building and its related companies?

More Information

Location

46 Baron Edmond de Rothschild Boulevard
3 Shadal Street
46 Baron Edmond de Rothschild Boulevard with 3 Shadal Street
Financial Center
City Center
Tel Aviv - Yaffo
Tel Aviv District
Israel

Technical Data

305.12 ft
305.12 ft
305.12 ft
26
7
1995
1999
5
280

Involved Companies


Amnon Bar Or Architects Ltd.

Show now
Show now
Show now
Show now
Show now
Show now
Show now
Show now
Show now

Features & Amenities

  • Floodlighting at night
  • Handicapped accessible
  • Internal safety rooms available
Found a mistake?
Related Buildings