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Hod Hasharon Towers

Hod Hasharon Hi-Tech Park is the crowning jewel of high-tech parks in Israel.

The compound covers an area of about 30 dunams (7.5 acres) in the Neve Ne’eman Industrial Zone adjacent to Route 40, Yarkon Interchange and Route 5 (Trans-Samaria Highway), and attracts leading local and international high-tech companies.

The compound is owned and managed by Ashtrom Properties and features a high, uncompromising standard of management and maintenance, similar to other such compounds around the world.

The park is a closed compound with 5 new towers, each with a magnificent lobby and public green areas for the benefit of the tenants. There is both underground and open air parking, as well as other services such as a dining space, synagogue, etc.

The offices are leased mainly to biopharma companies, pharmaceutical companies and leading Israeli high-tech companies, which benefit from advanced equipment and infrastructure, and a unique work environment in a quiet, pastoral atmosphere. The meticulous planning is evident in the buildings themselves, which have wide openings for natural light on every floor; 4 elevators in each tower; and advanced air conditioning systems. The combination of the unique architectural design and the broad range of services have generated long-term leases for Ashtrom Properties and high demand from both park tenants who are expanding their operations and from new companies.

The tenants include Amdocs, CTS Group, Qualcomm Israel, Roche Israel, Abbott Laboratories, Astra Zeneca, Intuit Israel, Sony, Coca-Cola and Tmura.

  • Location: The offices are located in Neve Ne’eman Industrial Zone B, in the southern part of Hod Hasharon, north of Yarkon Interchange (the junction of Route 40 and Route 5). The easy access to Route 5 makes it very convenient for traveling to the greater Tel Aviv area.
  • Number of buildings and stories: The park has 5 office buildings with a built-up area of about 70,000 square meters.
  • Building A – 7,700 square meters.
    Building B – 2,800 square meters.
    Building C – 17,500 square meters.
    Building D – 19,500 square meters.
    Building E – 19,000 square meters.
  • Parking: About 2,000 parking spaces in the park’s enclosed compound.
  • Tenants: Amdocs, CTS Group, Qualcomm Israel, Roche Israel, Abbott Laboratories, Astra Zeneca, Intuit Israel, Sony, Coca-Cola and Tmura.
  • Potential business development: Ashtrom Properties is promoting an urban building plan for additional building rights totaling 80,000 square meters, for the future construction of two towers, each 30 stories high, which would replace the existing relatively small buildings A and B.
Hod Hasharon Towers
Hod Hasharon Towers