Tel Aviv's Crumbling 19th Century Well Houses Are About to Be Transformed

Dozens of old buildings in south Tel Aviv are slated to be preserved and restored as part of a new City Hall project – a 19th-century real estate bonanza for the city

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Naama Riba
Naama Riba
Naama Riba
Naama Riba

After many years in which south Tel Aviv constituted a kind of neglected backyard relative to the city’s bustling center – with the UNESCO World Heritage “White City” sites, at its core – a shift appears to be underway. In the wake of interested investors, along with research and work by local activists and architects, the historic value of these southern neighborhoods, and the importance of both their preservation and their real estate potential, are now becoming clear.

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