Lack of good quality and affordable living solutions that are also easily accessible to services and occupational opportunities in the city of Lod.
A living, commercial and office complex located between the train station and Yoseftal street in the city Lod. This project corresponds to the local authority’s intentions and plans to drive urban renewal in areas that were considered in the past as marginal and derelict, and which are now being revived and bettered. The project is planned according to the principles of green construction.
Relatively smaller living spaces were designed to answer the needs of small family units (bachelors, divorcees, pensioners, roommates or small families). They will appeal to those searching for affordable living and to whom proximity to the train station is in fact an advantage.
According to the design, the project’s four towers will be built above a commercial two-stories avenue, curving along the project’s contour. The soft lines of the commercial elements were designed to answer to the orthogonal character of the residential and office towers, and that the combination between them will create a central urban square attracting attention on its own.
An old, run-down building, which in the past was home to a food manufacturing plant during the British Mandate and located at the heart of the project will be transformed to an attraction as well. It will be restored, preserved and then open to the public curious to learn of its history, in particular how canned foods were manufactured and processed and how the owners of the factory offered train passengers fresh milk despite refrigeration constraints.