Building State-of-the-Art Community Surfing Center and Skatepark at the Dolphinarium

Dolphinarium Watersports Community Center and Skatepark
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$13,500,000

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Project: Building a state-of-the-art water sports complex & skatepark on the Tel Aviv coast

ObjectiveIt will offer direct access to the water for the convenience of surfers and other water sports. The structure is designed to enable a variety of different uses, with the flexibility to adapt as required in the future.

Need: To maximize the potential and use of the open area along the Tel Aviv coastline where the Dolphinarium once stood with a center that can serve a diverse community of Tel Aviv residents.

Impact: Establish a cultural landmark at a point on Tel Aviv’s coastline and a new beach at essentially the halfway point between Tel Aviv and Jaffa which will provide for all the community residents who wish to enjoy it.

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