More crowded than that? Another 1,500 new apartments in Bnei Brak


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In place of an old and unmaintained industrial area, a new residential neighborhood will be established in Bnei Brak, and construction will be allowed in one of the most densely populated cities in the country. The plan includes 1,500 housing units in Bnei Brak, two parks with a total area of ​​about 12 dunams and about 110,000 square meters for public areas.

The plan, initiated by the Israel Land Authority, is spread over an area of ​​104 dunams, located south of Hayarkon Street, in the northwestern part of the Pardes Katz neighborhood and east of the BBC complex. The plan proposes to evacuate the industrial area that currently constitutes an unregulated “no-man’s land” and is in poor maintenance condition. A new residential neighborhood will be built in its place, which includes about 1,500 housing units in 7-story residential buildings. Of all the housing units, 300 of them will be allocated for small apartments.

The Tel Aviv District Planning and Building Committee, headed by Archbishop Daniela Posek, has decided to give effect to the plan to build a new residential neighborhood in Bnei Brak.

The new residential neighborhood will include two parks with a total area of ​​about 12 dunams, and walking paths will be built that will connect them. In addition, the plan includes approximately 110,000 square meters of space that will be allocated for public buildings, including educational, welfare and health institutions. The plan also includes guidelines for establishing 19 kindergartens on the ground floors of residential buildings, in accordance with Bnei Brak municipality Along the Yarkon and Abu Hatzira streets, the plan offers commercial areas accompanied by a street and other public uses, while renovating the street.

The plan is in accordance with the outline plan approved for the city of Bnei Brak and is one of a number of detailed plans prepared by it, since its approval in July 2018.

The Tel Aviv District Planner at the Planning Administration, Hava Erlich-Roginsky, stated that “as part of the effort to expand the residential potential for Bnei Brak residents, and regulate parks and plots for public use, this unconventional plan was approved that turns a poor employment area into saturated construction. The outline is approved for the city and promotes detailed plans in accordance with it, and for that align force. ”

It should be noted that the plan was prepared by Archbishop Yoav Oman, Tito Architects.

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