About the Developers
Gindi, the renowned international real estate company, has been one of the leading and most innovative companies in Israel for the past 50 years. It is engaged in initiating, developing, marketing and managing commercial and residential projects, malls and commercial centers, and luxury towers and residential neighborhoods, with a scope of thousands of housing units and hundreds of thousands of square meters in Israel and abroad.
Within the framework of its activity, Gindi has built itself a strong reputation as an established company that conducts itself with the utmost professionalism and is dedicated to the best interests of customers and investors alike.
At the head of this company is the next generation of the renowned Gindi real estate dynasty: brothers Manor and Kfir Gindi, as well as their brother-in-law, Ori Levy. Like their entire staff, they have a joint vision for leading the real estate market. Their goal is to develop and construct unique projects that respond to specific customer needs, while maintaining full integrity and a level of implementation that is no less than perfect.
About the Architects
Behind the spectacular architecture of Gindi TLV's four towers stands MYS Architects. This international Israeli architectural firm is considered one of the leaders in the Israeli architectural field. Over the past 10 years, MYS has integrated elegance, creative vitality, flexible thinking, accumulated knowledge and vast experience in community urban architecture into their work. The firm is responsible for the planning of the most prominent and important projects in Israel, including many that have become synonymous with excellence and innovation.
The magnificent towers of the Gindi TLV project, which reach an impressive height of 180 meters, were planned specifically to make them a spectacular addition to the Tel Aviv skyline. The designers invested in an innovative and iconic clover-leaf design for the towers, so that all of the apartments on all 48 floors would have breathtaking views of the sea and the open spaces surrounding the city.
Rachel Feller, Project Architect