City People - Urban Renewal
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Company's Profile

Established: 2009
Line of Business: Urban Renewal
Address: 46 Herbert Samuel St., Sea Twin Towers, Tel Aviv
Tel: *3821
Phone: 972-3-5173838
Fax: 972-3-5105880
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.citypeople.co.il
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Company Executives

  • Ron Chen, City People - Urban Renewal

    Ron Chen

    Founder and Owner

    City People - Urban Renewal

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    Ron Chen
  • Mor Warszawski, City People - Urban Renewal

    Mor Warszawski

    VP Finance

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  • Yarden Aharon, City People - Urban Renewal

    Yarden Aharon

    Legal Counsel

    City People - Urban Renewal

  • Ronny Horesh, City People - Urban Renewal

    Ronny Horesh

    VP Marketing, Sales and Community

    City People - Urban Renewal

  • Amit Goldstein, City People - Urban Renewal

    Amit Goldstein

    V.P. Engineering

    City People - Urban Renewal

  • Michael Balterbarth, City People - Urban Renewal

    Michael Balterbarth

    V.P. Planning

    City People - Urban Renewal

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About City People - Urban Renewal

City People - Urban Renewal specializes in project development, management and construction, and is one of the leading companies in the Tama 38 and Urban Renewal fields. The company is ranked among the Top 5 companies in Tel Aviv in the ranking of Globes and Madlan. City People was founded and is managed by two retired IAF fighter pilots, including its CEO, Ron Chen. The company specializes in unique urban renewal construction projects, including preservation, demolition and seismic retrofitting and expansion, with an emphasis on Tel Aviv, where is specializes in both permits proceedings and construction. The projects are planned by Israel’s leading architecture firms.

Above all - The Resident’s Welfare and Satisfaction

Personal attention to the residents is at the core of the company’s activity. City People won (in 2019) the Transparency Award for the highest rated company among apartment owners in Tel Aviv and it champions the residents’ welfare and personal attention as its core values, since Tama 38 projects are not an easy experience.

The company invests tremendous efforts and resources in the relationships with the apartment owners, to provide the residents with the friendliest experience possible across the projects’ lifecycle.

Journey and Life Partners – Part of the Residents’ Community

These days, people need to feel a part of a community, particularly in their area of residence. Viewing the residents as partners to the process enables the company to build life-quality-improving apartments and buildings, and remain partners through the delivery process and afterwards, as partners for life.

Excellence, Reliability and Professionalism

The company has been managing complex projects for a decade, under strict schedules, and it executed one of Tel-Aviv’s first Tama 38 projects. The company focuses only on a limited number of projects, of buildings in high-quality locations, mainly in Tel Aviv. 

Financial Strength

City People is a subsidiary of Rothstein Real Estate Ltd a public company that was founded 60 years ago and has extensive experience, and which has made its mark on Israel’s private and public construction markets.

Prominent Projects

Tel Aviv

4 Mozer - a 13-apartments building would turn into a 6-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 25 apartments.

19 Remez - a 12-apartments building would turn into a 6-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 20 apartments.

12 Zichron Ya’akov - a 12-apartments building would turn into a 6-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 20 apartments.

10 Modigliani - a 11-apartments building would turn into a 6-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 21 apartments.

36 Sharet - a 12-apartments building would turn into a 6-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 21 apartments.

1 Bezalel - an 8-apartments building would turn into a 6-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 18 apartments.

20 Pumbedita - a 24a-apartments building would turn into a 6-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 32 apartments.

11-13 Pinkas - a 26-apartments building would turn into an 8-storey building with an additional “setback floor”, with 48 apartments.

7 Katsenelson - a 15-apartments building would turn into a 6-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 25 apartments.

30 Bloch - a 10-apartments building would turn into a 6-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 20 apartments.

18 Clay - a 13-apartments building would turn into a 8-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 24 apartments.

5 Mossinsohn - an 8-apartments building would turn into a 6-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 15 apartments.

7 David Yalin - a 9-apartments building would turn into a 6-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 17 apartments.

13 Soutine - a 8-apartments building would turn into a 5-storey building with two additional “setback floors”, with 13 apartments.

3 Malchat - the historic Bialik House, residence of the family of Haim Nachman Bialik, a building for rigorous preservation, restoration and an addition of 2.5 floors.

3/1 Honi HaMe’agel - a renovation, seismic retrofitting and additional construction, with an addition of 6 apartments.

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Facts & Numbers

23 Total Projects

23

Total Projects

17 Total Projects before building permit

17

Total Projects before building permit

3 Total Projects after building permit

3

Total Projects after building permit

3 Total Projects Populated in 2018

3

Total Projects Populated in 2018