Sunday, October 18, 2015

Birth of a new avenue in Tel Aviv

More than 100 years after the creation of the first avenue in Tel Aviv, trees were planted on the portion of Yitzhak Elhanan Street that was rebuilt in front the new White City Residence. There has been many discussions as to the what the final look should be but it seems that no decision has been made yet. The idea is to have a new avenue linking Rothschild boulevard to the sea and therefore finishing the Rainbow starting at Kikar Atarim (Ben Gurion, Chen, Rothschild and then Yitzhak Elhanan).

While it seems that the redevelopment of that portion of the avenue is an interim move, it is still a welcome development. We will probably have to wait until the Dolphinarium project goes ahead for good until we know more.

One thing is for sure, that part of the city is going to be very different 10 years from now especially with the changes in store for the Carmel Market and the Nahalat Binyamin Market.

For more info check Kerem Israel web site.

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