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The Elite Tower is a site in Ramat Gan, Israel, in which various skyscrapers have been planned, but as of March 2015, construction has been cancelled due to delays in the permitting process. At 265 metres upon completion, the tower would have been the tallest building in Israel, taking the title from its neighbour, City Gate Tower. The site was originally purchased by Donald Trump for $44 million, where he planned to build the Trump Plaza Tower, the project was later purchased by the Azorim Group and was to be constructed on the historic site of the Elite Candy Factory.

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  • La Tour Elite est un gratte-ciel en construction à Ramat Gan, en Israël. A 280 m, elle sera le plus haut monument du pays et supplantera la City Gate Ramat Gan. Donald Trump devait à l'origine s'occuper du projet de la Trump Plaza Tower, mais est récupéré par le Azorim Group sur le site historique de la Elite Candy Factory. La tour sera terminée en 2016.
  • The Elite Tower is a site in Ramat Gan, Israel, in which various skyscrapers have been planned, but as of March 2015, construction has been cancelled due to delays in the permitting process. At 265 metres upon completion, the tower would have been the tallest building in Israel, taking the title from its neighbour, City Gate Tower. The site was originally purchased by Donald Trump for $44 million, where he planned to build the Trump Plaza Tower, the project was later purchased by the Azorim Group and was to be constructed on the historic site of the Elite Candy Factory.
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  • La Tour Elite est un gratte-ciel en construction à Ramat Gan, en Israël. A 280 m, elle sera le plus haut monument du pays et supplantera la City Gate Ramat Gan. Donald Trump devait à l'origine s'occuper du projet de la Trump Plaza Tower, mais est récupéré par le Azorim Group sur le site historique de la Elite Candy Factory. La tour sera terminée en 2016.
  • The Elite Tower is a site in Ramat Gan, Israel, in which various skyscrapers have been planned, but as of March 2015, construction has been cancelled due to delays in the permitting process. At 265 metres upon completion, the tower would have been the tallest building in Israel, taking the title from its neighbour, City Gate Tower. The site was originally purchased by Donald Trump for $44 million, where he planned to build the Trump Plaza Tower, the project was later purchased by the Azorim Group and was to be constructed on the historic site of the Elite Candy Factory.
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