Mishab is especially proud of the construction of over 100,000 housing units, public areas and business and commercial centers nationwide, among which are the Jerusalem Great Synagogue, Beit-Levinstein Hospital, Bar Ilan University, Yad Le’Banim, hotels, luxurious residential towers, etc.
Mishab holds the highest classification of contractors (C5), and focuses on the construction of housing units and neighborhoods, and works together with Israel’s best construction companies.
Urban Renewal is the Future of Residential Construction
Mishab is one of the first real estate companies to identify the advantages, demand, and potential of urban renewal projects. In recent years, the Company has become a significant player in this field and accessed this field to improve the quality of life of thousands of families in city centers and to add to the supply of new housing units in the most desirable locations in which there are no land reserves for new construction. To date, the Company has delivered over 500 new housing units to families as part of urban renewal projects.
In addition, the Company is now promoting many new urban renewal projects, that will offer hundreds of housing units now in various stages of planning, in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Givatayim, Ramat Gan, Rishon Le’Zion, Holon, Kiryat Ono, Herzliya, Haifa, Gedera and more.
How Has Mishab Succeeded in Leading the Urban Renewal Field? Pioneering and Personal Attention to Each Tenant!
As a leading company in the field, Mishab has initiated many evacuation reconstruction and TAMA 38 projects throughout the country and has been active in this field since the beginning of the previous decade. Mishab’s managers and employees consider the tenant a central asset in the urban renewal process, and therefore the Company is careful to provide a value-sensitive service to the tenant’s needs, with ongoing guidance along the way. The service provided by Mishab, includes, inter alia, an accessible and immediate response to any request, protection of the tenant’s rights and a financial backing that provides security and assistance.
All this, along with the extensive experience Mishab has accumulated over its 80 years of achievements, ensures that the best professionals and services work with the tenant in the new home, in safety, efficiency, and professionalism.
Outstanding Projects in the Urban Renewal Field
• “Central Heights” in Givatayim – a prestigious residential complex within the framework of an evacuation reconstruction project on one of the last land reserves in the city, nearby the Diamond Exchange, Azrieli Mall and Namir Road.
• “Kiryat Ono Tzemarot” in Kiryat Ono – an evacuation reconstruction project in the heart of one of the more senior areas of Kiryat Ono, which is considered a high demand area. The complex offers five residential buildings with 226 housing units, located close to educational institutions, shopping centers, and major traffic arteries.
• Ha’Banim Street in Ramat Gan – three residential buildings, within the framework of a TAMA 38/2 project, offering 113 housing units, on a sought-after street. The units are adapted to the needs of the local population, are carefully planned along with superb specifications and finish. The construction of the first two buildings has been completed, while Stage B has received a permit and marketing has begun.
Urban Renewal Projects in the Planning Stages (Why Wait!)
• “Lev Ha’Moshava” in Gedera – an evacuation reconstruction project offering 240 new housing units, besides the existing 45. The project is in the Lev Ha’Moshava neighborhood and offers six buildings of eight stories each. The project is in advanced stages of planning, with 90% of the housing unit owners having signed the required agreements.
• Kiryat Moshe in Jerusalem – an evacuation reconstruction project that includes two residential buildings and 130 new housing units, besides the existing 32. The project is in the planning and promotion stages. The project is located close to the light rail and overlooks the Jerusalem Forest. Its central location, combined with the design, will create spacious, carefully planned housing units.
• Yiftach Street in Tel Aviv (evacuation and reconstruction).
• 196 Ha’Roe Street in Ramat Gan (TAMA 38/2) – after committee decision.
• Pinsker Street in Rishon Le’Zion (TAMA 38/1) – a permit was granted.
• Kugel Boulevard in Holon.
• “Mishkenot Nehalim” in Petah Tikva – Mishkenot Nehalim in the Hadar Ganim neighborhood of Petah Tikva is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in the center of the country and is geared for the religious public.
• The “Mishkenot Park” project in Netanya – Over time, Mishab has built over 1,000 housing units in the Kiryat Ha’Sharon neighborhood of Netanya, with land reserves remaining for hundreds of more units in the neighborhood.
• “Butane Revava Mishkenot Aharon” in Revava – a residential project targeted to the religious community of Revava. The project will offer 62 housing units.
• “Mishkenot Elkanah” in Elkanah – a residential complex with 106 new housing units is now being built. The units are adapted to the demands of the local population, and have a high level of specification and finish.
• “Mishkenot Oranim” in Ma’alot – a residential complex with 11 buildings and 132 housing units in the new “Oranim” neighborhood. Ma’alot is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Israel. The project is in advanced stages of construction.
• “David Marcus” in Haifa – a boutique project in the desirable French Carmel neighborhood of Haifa. The project will offer 44 housing units that will be built to the highest of standards. The project in the final stages of planning and a building permit is expected.
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