Lev Ha’Ir district rue Balfour, 4.5 rooms, 160 m², very high floor, breathtaking view of the sea and the 3 aerial directions (west, north, east). Two adjoining car parks and a cellar, a semi-Olympic swimming pool and a paddling pool, children’s playroom, a gym, a sauna, a wine cellar, a 24-hour caretaker. Apartment in excellent condition, renovated three years ago. Possibility of creating another bedroom and in the future it may be possible to add a balcony. Floor heating, fiber internet, electric vehicle charging station. Upscale furniture optional. An embassy is currently rented to an employee for ₪25,000 per month. Property tax ₪1,400 per month, management fee ₪3,750 per month, flexible entry.
Each of the 168 apartments in the luxury Rova Lev Ha’ir complex has its own climate-controlled wine cellar with enough space for about 50 bottles. Now, that’s upmarket. Indeed, the 10,000 square meter gated community in the space once occupied by the Tel Aviv Hadassah Hospital is unblushingly billed and aggressively marketed as a “luxury living project in the heart of Tel Aviv.” Designed by highly regarded architect Ada Carmi-Melamed, Lev Ha’ir sits between Mazeh, Yavne and Balfour streets with entrances on both, controlled by cardkeys, each with its own individual code. A 26-story central tower swoops skyward, and the seven-story apartment block nestled around it is separated by paved walkways and ramps that may one day be softened by flowering vines trellised above them. Amenities include a swimming pool, spa and a raised formal garden that has a smashing view along Rehov Yavneh and is romantically lit at night. Nonetheless, there’s not much green around. The apartments have from two to five rooms and range in size from 80 to 200 square meters. Most of the sea-view apartments.