Development, Urban Renewal
Din Zohar Co-CEO
Omer Fatran Co-CEO
About Eitan Group
Eitan Group is one of Israel’s longest-standing urban renewal groups. The group started operating in this field 13 years ago, and it has been initiating and promoting, among others, real estate developments, asset-swap transactions and Tama 38/1 and Tama 38/2 (demolition and reconstruction) projects in prime locations in cities in central Israel such as Ra’anana, Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan and Ramat HaSharon. To date, the company has initiated and planned dozens of projects with hundreds of apartments, and it has a unique combination between a warm and personal attention that touches people and first-class professionalism and proven experience in the execution of complex urban renewal projects from start to finish. The vast experience and high professional level guarantee that the projects would be carried out reliably, professionally and within short time frames, while meeting all of their goals.
The Human Capital
The company’s secret of success lies in the human capital it employs, under the leadership of its CEOs, Din Zohar and Omer Peteran, real estate entrepreneurs with more than 15 years of experience in the field. The company’s professionals specialize in the fields of architecture, engineering and construction, parking solutions, environmental development and infrastructures, and are characterized not only by first-class knowhow and professional experience, but also by the warm, accessible and devoted service that they provide to the company’s customers. These professionals enable the company to guarantee that the architectural visualizations, which look beautiful and impressive on paper, would actually materialize within short time frames.
Transparency and Reliability
The urban renewal segment is characterized by numerous engineering, execution and legal complexities which often lead to protracted projects. As one of the pioneers in Israel urban renewal field, Eitan Group has accumulated over the years tools and capabilities that enable it to shorten the bureaucratic proceedings and streamline the engineering and architecture planning processes. This professional conduct is also reflected in the group’s approach to the residents, whom it considered to be journey partners. The firm’s team takes care to keep the residents abreast of any status change of the project, from the initial planning stages and up to the execution, and is also there for them during the final finishing stages and the post-construction check-up. Therefore, the company is there for the residents at any moment, and this leads to very high customer satisfaction levels.
Alongside its capabilities and vast experience, Eitan Group guarantees another important component for the residents: solid financial strength. This component is particularly critical in the urban renewal field, which is often characterized by engineering or execution uncertainty and therefore requires the companies that operate in it to have strong financial backs. The group’s financial strength is indicated by its compliance with the strictest criteria of the financiers – Israel’s largest banks, which accompany the company’s projects.
11 De Hass, Tel Aviv: A Tama 38/2 (demolition and reconstruction) project at the “old north” of Tel Aviv. The project would include the eviction of 14 existing apartments, and the reconstruction of a new 8-story building with 29 apartments and two floors of subterranean parking. The building would include high construction standards.
15 HaMe’iri, Tel Aviv: A Tama 38/2 (demolition and reconstruction) project at the Afeka Neighborhood of Tel Aviv. The project would include the eviction of 8 existing apartments, and the reconstruction of a new 7- story building with 21 apartments and two floors of subterranean parking. The building would include high construction standards.
12 Modigliani, Tel Aviv: A Tama 38/2 (demolition and reconstruction) project near Kikar Rabin in Tel Aviv. The project would include the eviction of 12 existing apartments, and the reconstruction of a new 8-story building with 20 apartments and two floors of subterranean parking. The building would include high construction standards.
48-50 Rokach, Ramat Gan: A Tama 38/2 (demolition and reconstruction) project on HaYarkon Park in Tel Aviv. The project would include the eviction of 10 existing apartments, and the reconstruction of two new 6-story buildings with a total of 24 apartments and two floors of subterranean parking. The buildings would include high construction standards.
16-18 Sheshet HaYamim, Ramat HaSharon: A Tama 38/2 project in the upscale neighborhood of Neve Rasko. The project would include the eviction of 18 existing apartments, and the reconstruction of a new 8-story buildings with 43 apartments and two floors of subterranean parking. The building would include high construction standards and since the lot is relatively large, the company would build a pastoral green garden for the residents’ benefit.
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