Tel Aviv high-rise is a black spot in the White City
A new project in the heart of the city marks one more step in the process by which Tel Aviv's public space is being privatized. It does, however, have a few redeeming features.
The good news is that the corner of Dizengoff and Frishman streets in Tel Aviv, which has been a nightmare for pedestrians and bicycle riders, will soon be born anew. During the past two decades, this corner was dwarfed by tall wire fences that ran between the street and a giant hole, leaving little room for a sidewalk. Since 2009, the hole has gradually been filled and now holds a prestigious, combined...
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