Champion Tower

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Height: Architectural 165.3 m / 542 ft
Height: Occupied 153.6 m / 504 ft
Height: To Tip 165.3 m / 542 ft
Floors Above Ground 42
Floors Below Ground 3
# of Elevators 15
Tower GFA 65,785 m² / 708,104 ft²
Development GFA 107,880 m² / 1,161,211 ft²
# of Parking Spaces 992


Official Name Champion Tower
Other Names Champion Motors Tower, Allied Tower
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Israel
City Bnei Brak
Street Address & Map 25 Baruch Hirsch Street
Building Function office
Structural Material concrete
Proposed 2007
Construction Start 2010
Completion 2014
Official Website Champion Tower
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Regional Ranking #293 Tallest in Middle East
National Ranking #12 Tallest in Israel
City Ranking #2 Tallest in Bnei Brak

Companies Involved

Owner/Developer Allied Properties & Investments Ltd.; MIGDAL Group
Design Moore Yaski Sivan Architects
Structural Engineer
Design David Engineers Ltd.
MEP Engineer
Design Ada Bronfman Engineers & Consultants Ltd; Bar Akiva Engineers Ltd; Doron Shachar Engineers
Project Manager Naphtalie Yevlon Engineering Consultant LTD
Main Contractor Omer Construction & Engineering LTD
Other Consultant
• Access Feder Architects
• Acoustics M.G. Acoustic Consultants LTD
• Cost Kobi Gamzo
• Environmental Leshem Sheffer Environmental Quality LTD
Façade Alum Eshet
• Interiors Liora Niv Fromchenko
• Landscape Zur Wolf Landscape Architects
• Lighting RTLD Lighting Design
• Traffic Dagesh Engineering Traffic & Road Design Ltd.
• Vertical Transportation Eng. S. Lustig Consulting Engineers Ltd.
Material Supplier
• Cladding Alum Eshet
• Elevator KONE
• Formwork Doka GmbH

About Champion Tower

The design of the Champion Tower is a reconciliation between the commercial and office spaces, and between two different objectives for the commercial space at ground level. The main challenge was to connect the two elements, while retaining and enhancing the street fabric. The project owner wanted to accommodate two distinctive car showrooms for Volkswagen and Audi, which led to the idea of breaking the horizontal element in order to create a more human-scaled street frontage for the development. The length of the development was also broken down by way of a pedestrian passageway through the base of the building.

The tower was similarly divided into two distinct vertical elements that have a dialogue with each other. The separation is emphasized by the recessed balconies and the change in cladding between the elements. The dialogue between elements extends up the tower, and from one side to the other, and is tempered by the gray horizontal lines binding the two sides together.

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