56 Leonard Street is a residential condominium tower in the Tribeca Historic District of downtown Manhattan. The building is the first skyscraper by its internationally renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron of Basel, Switzerland. Every one of the 145 residences at 56 Leonard Street has its own unique floor plan and private outdoor space, articulated in a veritable cascade of individual homes that bring outdoors and indoors seamlessly together in a vertical sculptural expression. With articulated surfaces, cantilevers, profiled slab edges and panoramic views of Manhattan, its flanking rivers, and New York Harbor as far as the Atlantic Ocean, Herzog & de Meuron’s 60-story building is a daring and globally inflected re-interpretation of the American skyscraper archetype.
The London Bridge Hotel is a unique four-star 140 room boutique property in the heart of London. Its prime position in the Borough of Southwark opposite London Bridge Station, next to Borough Market and the Square Mile which makes it appealing to city guests and business travellers alike. With a history dating back to the Roman era, it’s perfectly positioned to explore the capital’s captivating past. Many architectural finds discovered during the hotel’s development can now be found at the Museum of London. Situated in an area brimming with world-renowned museums, fascinating art galleries and vibrant London nightlife, the hotel is a great base from which to explore London.
Located in central Jerusalem, the Eden is a historic site, which was home to the original Eden hotel in the early part of the 20th century where prime ministers such as David Ben Gourion and Golda Meir often resided. The property is now jointly owned by Simon Elias and Yossi Avrahami on which 110 units residentials building is being developed. Completion is estimated in 2025.
Simon Elias in the founder of Gama Holdings Ltd and has over 35 years of investments and developments experiences. Throughout his career, Mr. Elias has developed some of the most high profile real estate projects in the U.S.