Israel's Apartment Dwellers, and Not Just the Rich Ones, Demand More Building Amenities
Pools, spas, kids' clubs, meeting rooms and wine cellars are often in developers' plans. But regulators turned down a proposed helipad.
Ten years ago residential buildings provided a place to live: an apartment, perhaps a dedicated parking space and a garden.
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