The lower end of Chelouche Street in Neve Tzedek with the Neve Tzedek Tower in the background.
Support for the argument that the construction of the Neve Tsedek Tower is a crime against the neighbourhood it markets itself as being a part of came from an interview in Ha'aretz with the controversial architectand former Tel Aviv engineer Yisrael Goodovich. Goodovich says that the Neve Tzedek Tower is a case of : "Chutzpah that has no parallel anywhere in the world."
In his new book on the tower phenomenon , he warns in a paraphrase of Marcel Proust, that Tel Aviv is turning into "towers that gather a city around them."
Goodovich has always been outspoken, not to mention crude and wild, but at least he is providing another view in a city gone tower mad.