Close your eyes and think of a world with sea, sun, fascinating people and places to visit and of course delicious cuisine. Well, the truth is that you can open your eyes now, as this dream is within your reach at Port Tel Aviv Residence.
With the vaccination of Israel and the country reopening, the corona plague is largely a thing of the past in Israel. Now is the time to invest in real estate in Israel; now is the time to live again and enjoy life!
Lee Ziv, VP of Sales and Marketing at Port Tel Aviv told the post, “Port Tel Aviv is one of the most exciting and anticipated new projects in the heart of Tel Aviv. It will be ready in less than two and a half years, and will become an icon of Tel Aviv, not only thanks to its idyllic location, but also thanks to its stunning and innovative design.
“The project is located within the renowned Tel Aviv port, just 50 meters from the shoreline. Port Tel Aviv is a world-class building where an elegant boutique hotel and luxury apartments are intertwined with the vibrant lifestyle of the most attractive city in the Middle East.”
“We have recently seen a lot of interest from established Jews in the United States, Europe and elsewhere who are looking to return to Israel and Tel Aviv in particular, regularly or at least to have a base here. A place where they will always be welcomed and can always be called ‘home’. “
Port Tel Aviv, a new development of the leading developers the celebrated brothers, is a 10-story residential building and a stunning boutique hotel located just 50 m from the shoreline of the Mediterranean Sea at the entrance to the Tel Aviv port.
The top seven floors of the development consist of one- to four-room apartments on the third to seventh floors, two mini-penthouses with private pools on the eighth floor and two coveted five-bedroom duplex penthouses with private recreational balconies on the ninth floor. And an outdoor spiral staircase leading to the upper tenth level featuring a large rooftop leisure terrace and private swimming pool.
All apartments face the sea and enjoy bright and open interior spaces and floor-to-ceiling glazing and are decorated with the finest materials such as glass, steel, marble and oak. Some of them are furnished by Poltrona Frau, a leader in furniture made in Italy at the highest level. Poltrona Frau, founded in 1912, has given the skin more than a hundred years of life and culture.
The first two floors of the development include an exclusive boutique hotel with 44 rooms, concierges, porters and stewards at your service 24/7.
Tenants enjoy 24-hour room service, customized fitness programs, express laundry and luggage unloading, flower arrangements, private yacht tours, private culinary experiences and chef-made dinners, and helicopter rides.
To ensure your peace of mind and the highest quality service possible, the properties are maintained on site by the hotel management.
Moreover, there is a complete separation between residential and hotel areas. There are two lobbies, separate floors and residents can enter the hotel area, but not vice versa. The car park is intended exclusively for residents and not for hotel guests. The pool and gym are also available for residents to use.
Architect Ilan Pivko, founder of Ilan Pivko Architects is the mastermind behind the Tel Aviv Port project.
“Continuous design should be meaningful – longevity lies in creating something classic, not following trends,” he told the Jerusalem Post.
“It is vital to create an empowering environment, a home that can change your life. The hallmark of lasting architectural design should be a focus on being timeless and universal.”
“This development provides a unique opportunity to live so close to the seafront and my design takes advantage of that,” Pivko said. “I was able to capture and use a view that no one else could copy.”
Pivko believes that his design drew from many inspirations, including “the beautiful and powerful Mediterranean sun that we receive in Tel Aviv.”
As such, one of the highlights of the new building are the brace-sole panels that can be slid with cleverly designed openings so that the shadow and light can be adjusted and played with to suit the needs of the tenant or guest.
In addition, Pivko said that Port Tel Aviv is his tribute to the rich history of the city’s Bauhaus.
Tel Aviv is often called the “White City”, after its 4,000 magnificent Bauhaus-designed buildings originally built in the 1930s and is a World Cultural Heritage Site, with the highest number of all Bauhaus buildings in the world.
While Tel Aviv may be the Bauhaus capital of the world, the design also pays homage to Israel’s status as the world’s technology capital, as all apartments should also be equipped with advanced smart technology.
Look ahead beyond COVID and back home to Israel – and where better than Tel Aviv – the bustling city that will never sleep. There is no better place to make dreams come true than the Port Tel Aviv complex in one of the most sought after places in Israel.
This article was written in collaboration with Port Tel Aviv