This item was last updated in: 2/22/2011.
- Architecture: Eitan-Goshan, Yashar architects.
- Status: Under Construction. Constuction began in 2004.
- Location: Namir way in the west, Ayalon route in the east, Hahalacha way (Goren Shlomo st.) in the north and "2000" Compound in the south.
- Tzameret Park was designed as a neighborhood of luxury towers, consists of 12 residential towers. The neighborhood will be spacious and covered by green areas despite its busy location in Tel Aviv. This sort of neighborhoods exists in other cities around the world, such as Paris, London, New-York and Miami.
- The size of the neighborhood will be 133 dunams.
- Only 18 percents of neighborhood will consist of buildings, the remaining space will be covered by wide avenues and green areas. The neighborhood will contain lawns, gardens and playgrounds.
- Two adorned squares will be built at the south and north edges of the neighborhood. A 60 meter wide avenue, situated at the heart of the neighborhood, between the towers, will link the two squares. Mature trees and large amount of vegetation will be planted along the avenue.
- The towers will have several geometric shapes, creating harmony between each other.
- The neighborhood will contain 1,747 apartments in total.
- Furthermore, the neighborhood will include an area in size of 6,000 sqm for commerce, several public buildings and vacation facilities.
- The neighborhood will be delineated by 4.5 meter high acoustic barriers in the east and west sides. The barriers will be covered by a large amount of trees and bushes.
- The designated area of the neighborhood is one of most expansive lots in Israel.
- "Tzameret Park Neighborhood" plan was approved in September 2002. The first project in the neighborhood is "Yoo Towers".
- Landscape architect: Lital-Smok.
- The 12 towers of the neighborhood:
- Yoo Towers (the west tower) [Tzameret Park 1]
- Yoo Towers (the east tower) [Tzameret Park 2]
- One Tower [Tzameret Park 3]
- Manhattan Tower [Tzameret Park 4]
- W-Tower [Tzameret Park 5]
- Aviv BaTzameret Tower [Tzameret Park 6]
- NAM Tower [Tzameret Park 7]
- W boutique Tower [Tzameret Park 8]
- B.S.R Tzameret 1 Tower [Tzameret Park 9]
- B.S.R Tzameret 2 Tower [Tzameret Park 10]
- Tzameret Park 11 [no offical name yet]
- Tzameret Park 12 [no offical name yet]