Amalia Meshi > Yigal Arnon & Co > Tel Aviv, Israel > Lawyer Profile

Yigal Arnon & Co
TEL AVIV 67021

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Israel > Real estate: urban renewal

Yigal Arnon & Co‘s team has a strong track record in transaction planning, representation before the planning authorities and tax authorities. It handles a broad range of urban renewal projects, including evacuation-construction initiatives. Adam Spruch takes on a significant volume of the firm’s projects in this field, including advising Bait ve Gag Fund on over 30 urban renewal projects in central Israel that will culminate in the establishment of over 1,000 new residential units. Asaf Eylon has considerable expertise in evacuation-construction projects. Lee Maor advises clients on land registration, construction agreements and real estate financing, among other areas. Other key names include Amalia Meshi, Naftali Nir and Hagit Bavly.

Israel > Real estate and construction

Yigal Arnon & Co‘s real estate and construction group is very active in finance transactions and urban renewal projects – predominantly Pinui Binui and Tama 38 developments. It acts for developers, investors and other participants throughout all stages of the planning and construction process involving residential and commercial units. The group also handles litigation relating to damage tort actions, betterment levy disputes and criminal proceedings involving clients engaged in construction projects. Hagit Bavly handles the full spectrum of commercial real estate transactions. Other key names include Amalia MeshiAsaf Eylon and Adam Spruch.

Israel > Planning and zoning

Yigal Arnon & Co handles the full spectrum of zoning and planning matters but has particular expertise in urban renewal projects, where the group advises entrepreneurs and construction companies. The team also stands out for its frequent instruction by clients involved in the government’s new residential housing programme (‘Mechir Lamishtaken’); Amalia Meshi and Naftali Nir are advising Azorim Construction on its participation in this nationwide project to construct over 1,000 housing units. Aner Hefetz has considerable experience of planning and construction litigation before planning authorities, as well as the High Court of Justice and the district courts for administrative matters. Hagit Bavly is also noted.