Ramat Aviv Mall, Tel Aviv
Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Ramat Aviv Mall is a shopping mall at 40 Einstein Street, in Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv. At a rent of $1,804 per square meter, it is Israel's most expensive mall and the 35th most expensive mall in the world. Its gross leasable area is 17,800 square meters and it has 140 stores in two retail floors. Above the shopping is an office building called Ramat Aviv Mall Tower. The entire project—tower and mall—has a gross area of about 80,900 square meters. The mall is valued at 1.699 billion shekels, or 470 million dollars.Use our Tel Aviv travel itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Ramat Aviv Mall and other attractions in Tel Aviv.
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Very quiet mall. nice and clean. Very good stores some of the are high level brands like Louis Vuitton and more. restaurants are very expensive but with low quality food. the fast food on second level... read more »
There is a lot of brands shops, the expensive brands like michael kors. So I prefer other shopping malls, with cheaper brands.
Моллов в Тель авиве много,но этот советую посетить обязательно! Магазины разной ценовой категории от Castro и заканчивая LV.Тем,кто ценит шоппинг - рекомендуюMalls in Tel Aviv a lot, but this I advise to visit! Stores a different price category from Castro and ending with LV. Those who appreciate shopping-recommendshow original
Luxurious shops, every shop designed and organized better and more beautiful than the other. Delivers shops from all over the world (only the expensive ones...) and a few cafes and restaurants. Easy to navigate from one part of the mall to the other. Prices, of course, are not cheap at all. Security seems adequate to me. Overall one of the most premium malls in Israel if not the most one. Ofer brothers aimed for a premium mall and that's the way to go. 5/5.
High class mall, isn't rellavent for the average person
Very luxurious shops, nice place to hang out. Decent coffee shops.
Big mall in the more prestigious neighborhood of TLV. Lots of food, clothes shops and known brands.
The mall has plenty of good places to eat scattered around in addition to a food court. There are many shops with a range of prices, some being affordable such as Castro and Renuar, in addition to big brands such as Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger, and Diesel. Overall a good mall; however, having a few more inexpensive stores that appeal to most consumers would be better.
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