The Azrieli Center is a multipurpose complex that is known for its skyscrapers, it is situated in Tel Aviv, Israel. Completed in 1999, the complex consists of three skyscrapers; one built to a circular design, one built to a triangular design and the other built to a square design. The centre was developed by David Azrieli in who it is named after. The three skyscrapers feature prominently in the Tel Aviv skyline. The towers contain offices, hotels, and residential apartments. A shopping complex also operates at the complex. The circular tower is topped by an observation deck that offers 360 elevated views of Tel Aviv.
The complex is situated right next to ‘Tel Aviv-Hashalom’ train station. The 1, 23, 40, 51, 60, 63, 70, 75, 89, 91, 100, 140, 160 and 186 buses all stop at the complex.
Opening Times and Admission
You can visit the complex at any time, although it is best to visit in the normal working hours as most of the complex will be open. Some areas of the skyscrapers are restricted due to being offices and residential space. The observation deck is open Sunday to Thursday 9.30am-12am.