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Avisror Urban Renewal

Residential, industrial, office, commercial and public works construction

Profile

Founding Year 1978
Address Avisror House, 7 Ben Zvi St., POB 442, Be'er-Sheva 8410302 - View Map
Phone NATIONAL SALES CENTER *5508 972-73-2555555
Fax 972-73-2555505
Email [email protected]
Company Website www.avisror.com
   
   

Managers

Eli Avisror, Chief Executive Officer, Avisror Urban Renewal

Eli Avisror

Chief Executive Officer

Yitzhak (Jackie) Avisror, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Avisror Urban Renewal

Yitzhak (Jackie) Avisror

Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Yoram Avisror, Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Marketing, Avisror Urban Renewal

Yoram Avisror

Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Marketing

Moshe Avisror, President, Avisror Urban Renewal

Moshe Avisror

President

About


In the years when the real estate market underwent many changes and legislation aimed at cooling the housing market, Avisror Moshe and Sons Ltd., was one of the pioneering companies that recognized the tremendous potential of the urban renewal field. Over ten years ago, Avisror received its first building permit for an evacuation-reconstruction project in the western part of Rehovot. The project involved the evacuation of 86 families and the construction of 960 new housing units on an area of 77 dunams, in a neighborhood which underwent an image change. The Company completed the residential community at a very high construction standard, encouraged the absorption of families with a high socioeconomic background to be part of the community's landscape, upgraded the infrastructure of new roads and added parks, kindergartens, and public buildings for the benefit of the residents, all based on its experience and knowledge earned over its 40 years of operation. The Company is now in the planning and execution phases of the project's last three land plots, with December 2023 being the planned project completion date.

The Company, which believed that this field would continue to grow, continued its activities, and today is working on several projects, including:

District “A” in Ashdod:

The “Mitham Ha’Nasi” project includes the evacuation of 186 families and the construction of 1,126 new housing units, along with commercial and public buildings for the residents’ benefit. The project is awaiting a hearing before the district commission.

The “Herzl” project includes the evacuation of 72 families and the construction of 387 new housing units in three residential towers. The project is in the advanced stages of planning and towards a hearing before the local planning and building committee.

The “Kiryat Moshe” project in Rehovot – an urban renewal project under the auspices of the Ministry of Construction and Housing and the Rehovot Municipality. In October 2019, the project was recognized by the National Planning and Building Committee. Up to now, the Company has secured the approval by signature of 75% of the residents in the three different complexes,  which will involve the construction of 750 new housing units. During the first phase, the Ministry of Construction and Housing will issue a tender offering allowing only developers holding a significant number of approval signatures to take part in the tender and carry out the evacuation-reconstruction project on supplementary land reserves.

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